Discussion:Problem getting my posts to be saved

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Marty1970 (talk|edits) said:

3 September 2009
I've gotten the message "Tax Almanac was not able to save your reply" about 5 out of the last 8 times I've tried to post.

Kevinh5 (talk|edits) said:

3 September 2009
when was the last time you attended church?

Trillium (talk|edits) said:

3 September 2009
Marty - when that happens have you tried clicking the back arrow, which should bring up the page with your draft post in the reply box, and then trying again (e.g., click Save page or Preview) to see what happens? I've had this happen to me when I had been signed in, but got signed out for whatever reason. I have to sign back in and then can come back and click Save page - sometimes have to do it twice, as the first time after I've signed back in it'll put a notice across the top of the page, about not being able to save, but if I click Save Page again it goes through.

If you're getting the messages under similar circumstances, you might check your preferences; I think there's one you can set to keep yourself signed in for a longer time period.

Trillium (talk|edits) said:

3 September 2009
Found an old post from Tim, for those having issues staying logged in, that says you should check the box to "remember me" when you first log in, and then change your preferences on TaxAlmanac to "remember me across sessions." You can also check your browser settings to see if they somehow limit how long you can "sit" on a page and still look active. (That's "active" from the perspective of the TA servers, as opposed to those in the room with you!)

PS to Kevin - wouldn't it be Marty's discussion posts should have been attending more regularly, to be saved, rather than Marty himself? And is anybody else picturing that baptism sequence in the True Blood title credits?

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