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4 October 2010 - 8:42 pm
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OK Boss,

I did the computer stuff, but I am afraid to try turning around or the heel clicking thing.  The way things are going around here I will end up on crutches or something.

I shall diligently monitor the red flags.  Perhaps it is some type of conspiracy thing- you know- them being red and everything….

 

Karen, the ever vigilant Mod Pawd

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4 October 2010 - 9:16 pm
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krun15 said:

I shall diligently monitor the red flags…

Thanks. Try to keep in mind too what posts were read last on which machine you're using. Since you check the forums from two different IP addresses it would be expected behavior to see a bunch of flags disappear after viewing only one topic, if you read those topics on a different machine. (The cookies set on the other machine would not know those topics had been read yet.)

¡Viva la revolucion! superstar

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14 October 2010 - 10:10 pm
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Just so you know that I am still checking…

The red flag random disappearing continues.  Today I was thinking that it was a problem at work, because all the red flags disappeared at one point today there,  but then I had it happen just now here at home.  I am pretty sure when I logged off the last time at work today all the red flags were gone, and I had not opened all the topics.   When I logged on tonight at home almost all of the topics had red flags.  I read a couple topics and went back to the main page- and only the flag on the topic I opened disappeared (I did not post replies in those cases).  Then I opened a topic and took a few min. to post a reply.  When I went back to the main page (by clicking on the forum button) ALL the red flags were gone. 

It still seems that the topics don't disappear from the list before I open them (it seems a bit slower around here lately too) so I don't think I am missing anything. 

And it is a good mental exercise to try and remember what I have opened and what time I last was on…

The conspiracy continues…

 

Karen

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15 October 2010 - 10:44 am
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krun15 said:

When I logged on tonight at home almost all of the topics had red flags.  I read a couple topics and went back to the main page- and only the flag on the topic I opened disappeared…

Had you read those topics at work? I still can't help but think that the fact you are checking the forums from two different IP addresses is causing the system to “catch up” with what you have and had not read. This would cause multiple flags to “disappear” at once. We're basically dealing with a battle of the cookies. I guess you'll just need to stay home for a week or to and find out if this is the case.

It still seems that the topics don't disappear from the list before I open them…

 This is a good thing.

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15 October 2010 - 5:19 pm
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Had you read those topics at work? I still can't help but think that the fact you are checking the forums from two different IP addresses is causing the system to “catch up” with what you have and had not read. This would cause multiple flags to “disappear” at once. We're basically dealing with a battle of the cookies. I guess you'll just need to stay home for a week or to and find out if this is the case.


The stay at home experiment will commence on December 2nd.  However I can not vouch for the accuracy of the data due to the happy meds I'm sure I will be taking!

Battle of the cookies…. ummmm, time for a snack.

 

Karen

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