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Posted: Tue, 4th Apr 2006, 11:13pm

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petet2

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I have been trying to post a message on the EffectsLab forum but I keep getting the message "General error - error in posting". I have posted successfully on a number of ocassions previously - is there a problem with the site or am I just being dumb?. Obviously it may be that I can't submit this post so maybe no one will ever know...
Posted: Tue, 4th Apr 2006, 11:14pm

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petet2

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Ok that posted straight away...
Posted: Tue, 4th Apr 2006, 11:17pm

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petet2

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But I still can't post my query to the EffectsLab forum... sad
Posted: Wed, 5th Apr 2006, 12:29am

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petet2

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Ok I think I have solved it... if I use an apostrophe in the subject line of the post it causes an error message. If I remove it, it is fine. I have tried a few tests and it seems to be consistent. However I can find other postings from other users which do have apostrophes in the subject line. It's not a big issue but any idea what this means?
Posted: Wed, 5th Apr 2006, 1:08am

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Glad we could be of service.
Posted: Wed, 5th Apr 2006, 9:25am

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malone

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Good testing! Would have taken me ages to track down if you hadn't spotted it was the apostrophe causing it. I think I've fixed it now if you want to give it another try.
Posted: Thu, 6th Apr 2006, 12:57am

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petet2

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Seems to be all fixed, thanks. Another quick response from the FX Home team... smile