So, another odd problem here at med help with posting. On the Child Behavior forum all day I have been having trouble posting. I write and then it says "failed to post". It's happened on a few threads. I successfully wrote on one thread in small increments. Very odd.
Not happening elsewhere that I can tell yet. Is it just me having difficulty?
Oh man......I feel better now! I had the same problem, but I'm a mouthy gal LOL! There's no way to know while typing your post if you have exceeded the 2000 characters. Then when you put your heart and soul into an answer and it doesn't take the post. urghhhh~~.....I just haven't known what to do! Guess I need to be less mouthy until we know it's fixed??
How will we know since we can't track characters typed? Or can we?
I surely don't want to invest all that heart, time and energy in a lengthy post and then blow it because it fails to post.
Will we be notified some how? Please and Thank you!! :)
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