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Kisu

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Ansver posts pops to under another topic
« on: 27.05.2009, 23:23:24 »

Heyas

I posted ansver to Fursuitcases topic wednesday mid day and the post popped to under Music Video Help topic
I didnt notice it but now when Weed said it to me

Then just a little earlier from now I posted again under Fursuitcases and the post popped to Drying and airing out Suits
There must be something wrong now  :(
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Re: Ansver posts pops to under another topic
« Reply #1 on: 27.05.2009, 23:25:30 »

Heyas

I posted ansver to Fursuitcases topic wednesday mid day and the post popped to under Music Video Help topic
I didnt notice it but now when Weed said it to me

Then just a little earlier from now I posted again under Fursuitcases and the post popped to Drying and airing out Suits
There must be something wrong now  :(

Yes, I'm trying to clean that up now. Something seems to have messed up your session. You can try the following: log out, remove all cookies from forum.eurofurence.org, log in again, and reply to the original thread. Does that work?
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Re: Ansver posts pops to under another topic
« Reply #2 on: 27.05.2009, 23:28:06 »

Working perfectly now thank you n_n
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