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Confirming "likes"

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Super Secret Senior Member
I am being asked to confirm likes when I give them. Not every time but often and none of the other "senior" members seem to be experiencing this.
I don't know why this is occurring.

See the screen shot:

Well, no - I don't know why I can't add an attachment to this post - I did in another sub-forum. Sigh... and there is no "submit" button to click on here. I don't know what's going on.

I am posting this here in addition to my other post so that maybe the tech staff will see it more quickly.


Super Secret Senior Member
I don't even know how I posted the above - I saw no submit button so I clicked on "preview" and got the preview but still no submit button.


Super Secret Senior Member
Are you posting from a computer or a mobile device?

Now it seems that I can't just post a thread since there is no open area to type in. Sometimes if I click the preview button my text area suddenly appears but sometimes not. Replying to an existing post is not a problem.

I'm willing to concede that the posting issue is possibly related to something on my end although nothing here has changed - but I'm at work so who knows. IT here is pretty much a disaster.

However, the like issue is definitely something forum related.

Taxing Matters

Overtaxed Member
Explorer (ugh - because I have no choice here) and Windows
Can't you upgrade at least to the new Microsoft Edge browser and ditch Explorer? I hated Explorer when I had to use it when working for the government and as far as I know it never got any better. But Edge is a completely new browser from scratch rather than a rework of Explorer and I've heard it's much better.

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