After I changed the email address of my profile, I do not receive any message notification anymore.
That is: if somebody adds a question on my article, I do not receive notification as I did in the past.
I guess it is bug in the site's code.
Note: When I answer a question, I let "E-mail me if someone replies to this message" checked, but I do not receive notifications.
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Look at life through the windshield, not the rear-view mirror
At the same time, the "Latest Reputation Events" pages shows the down-vote of -16 points on this answer, timed "16 May 2014 4:50pm".
(I hope everyone understands that, but I want to reiterate: this is not a complain about down-voting at all; this is only a bug report. )
It is not infinite, actually. For some reason just IE8 takes 20x more time to display that page than other browsers, displaying several 'do you want to stop this script' messages in meantime. I strongly recommend getting better browser.
Sorry, but I tried three times, so two of the answers are redundant. After the post, the page is shown normally, as it used to show just after the post. After page reloading, it shows the post as non-posted (in the edit area). After closing the page and opening it again, it shows no answer posts. Same thing happens when I terminated the browser process completely and started over.
I'm using Mozilla Seamonkey, the latest version (2.26). This is pretty much irrelevant to the manifestation of the following irregularity: my account shows 3 answers to this question, but the question page does not show them.
(And now I wonder if this post is going to show... )
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.