While responding to a comment, the comment is still shown usually at the wrong place after posting.
After refreshing, everything is ok.
If one knows this, it is ok, but for new members this can look really misleading
You mean a comment posted to a question or answer in quick answers, or a message posted in a forum or at the end of an article?
You say 'usually' but I can honesty say it's never happened we to me so it's a tough one for us to debug. We'll certainly keep our eyes open. Next time it happens would it be possible for you to send s screenshot and a link for the comment to me?
I think you do not get the Point.
1.) There was a comment allready to the question
2.) I post my comment to the question and it apears first as an reply to the existing comment.
3.) After Refresh, my comment appears in the right place.
Finally: Please stop to massacre me!
And very sorry that I can't express me in English so fluent like you, I Underdog
3. That comment was definitely posted to my answer, I even got the email about it. And refreshing the page does not change anything. I also just posted a comment to the question, and a few others today, and they all got posted in the correct places.
The queue looked like this: [^]
Or with details this: [^]
No sign of who, where, or the bulk of the message! Presumably, it's a HTML thing, but I can't tell what is going on so rejected it to be on the safe side.
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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I've just noticed the site adds some bogus newlines in C/C++ code snippets after the C++ styled comments. It looks horribly, especially if there are multiple lines of it, or if a line of code is followed by some short comment (e.g. to describe some structure members).
How do i know under what license https://www.codeproject.com/Articles/285/Transparent-group-box
is? But I suspect i will not get a reply from the author either since I can tell from the author's profile page, that he has not logged into CodeProject since this article was posted about 17 years ago.
it dates back to the point in time where CodeProject went through a "re-birth" - if you look at the dates, this article was posted 5 months before the author's profile was created.
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