I was just reading through the messages on the first page, and was astounded how many of them were completely inappropriate: either general "gimmecodez," or questions involving other versions of Visual Studio.
Is there any way these messages can be "weeded out" without requiring umpteen #1 votes ?
"Humans are amphibians ... half spirit and half animal ... as spirits they belong to the eternal world, but as animals they inhabit time. This means that while their spirit can be directed to an eternal object, their bodies, passions, and imaginations are in continual change, for to be in time, means to change. Their nearest approach to constancy, therefore, is undulation: the repeated return to a level from which they repeatedly fall back, a series of troughs and peaks.” C.S. Lewis
If I go to the Lounge and enter "yuan" into the bottom search box (the one that searches the forum rather than the entire site), I encounter a couple issues.
1) I keep getting different results. If I click "Go", see the results, click back on my browser, then click "Go" again, I see different results (or maybe they are sorted differently). The results should not change. Also note that it doesn't always toggle... I can repeat the process 5 times and still see the same results, but the 6th time it might show different results.
2) When I click the "Go" button and I see the message I'm looking for, then click "Just My Stuff", there are no longer any results (even though the message was posted by me and was on the search results page just before I clicked "Just My Stuff").
Some notes. This shouldn't be a caching issue, as I posted that message yesterday. Also, it doesn't seem to be server-specific, because I have seen different results on Web04.
Under IE9. This was happening both at work and home. I've re-tested and things are fine under IE9 and IE9 "Compatability" (though compatable with what I a unsure, the ravings of a lunatic.
The only way I can currently reproduce the problem is to run IE9 under IE7 Documents Standards. My home machine must have been running under this, but I have no idea why (the work machine is regularly switched, so it is possible there, though I don't remember doing so).
Quirks mode really lives up to its name: it displays the article in what looks like fluid format, and then removes the body under IE9.
I used the online submission wizard to submit an article today (over seven hours ago). When I submitted it, it said that it would be reviewed and posted. However, it then disappeared and I don't know where it is. It isn't in my drafts and it isn't in my articles list. Is it just invisible until it is reviewed? The article was on Zipping files in .NET 4.5 and it was submitted under C# -> General.
The only problem now is that I think it messed up its status. Right now it looks like it never hit the new articles list. I'm not sure anything needs to be done about that, but I think there is a bug somewhere in the system that needs to be squashed so this doesn't happen to others. Let me know if I can give you any more information that would be of help.
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