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I've just wasted about 30 minutes trying to make two posts, both got dumped into null. Make a little reply and it posts instantly almost. Longer than about 2 sentences, it loads, and loads, and loads... and then yields a "page not found" error. This is highly annoying.

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Gee Chip, I am sure sorry you're having problems. Seems like the site was really slow earlier today, but has been doing better tonight. I don't seem to be having any probl @#%^^#$@%^ (cough sputter abort/retry/fail) :D Phil O'Keefe Sound Sanctuary Recording Riverside CA http://members.aol.com/ssanctuary/index.html NEW URL (Coming soon!) [url=http://www.ssrstudio.com]www.ssrstudio.com[/url] pokeefe777@msn.com
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[quote]Originally posted by ricknbokker: [b]Jeez, Chip. Only two sentences? Judging by the usual length of your posts... you must me going out of your mind!!! :D Sorry for the jab, but I couldn't resist. :) Steve[/b][/quote] You beat me too it there ricknbokker!.... Chip can be a little verbose (not that we would all want it otherwise)...... I reckon that they've put in a "Chip Post Detection Algorhythm" to limit him to those two sentences.....a hyku maybe the way to go...."MacDonald posts, the trees sigh in the wind, is that the time?, must go to bed".... :)
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Well, if all you can post is two sentences, then just do sentences with lots of commas instead of periods, it could actually make for an interesting new style of writing, the whole concept of never reaching a sentence until the end of a page could hold people's interest longer, which might flag if the thing seemed too long otherwise, but they'd be too polite not to stop reading until they reached the period in the sentence, but of course there wouldn't be any, so they would have to keep on reading,
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Yep, that worked, but let's try a longer post: asdfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffff asdffffffffffff fffffffffffffffffffffffffff asdfffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff asfddddddd ddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd asfddddddd dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd asfddddddd dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd asfdddddd ddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd. asfdddddddddddd.fdas.....asfd..... asfd..da sf.as.df.adsf.asd.fas.df.asdf.asdfka sdfiasudhfba;ksbc;iaudsbc;asbca;wiuebca;kdsj bcals caf;akjs c;asiudfba;sbc;a ds c;adsofba.kdsjfbga;dsjc a;siufdba ;skdjba;slidubas.dkjbcasiudcba;xkjcba;sdbca;skjd f hlksjdf aeaisdnsdjiudajsdsfansuenbskjdbc;asoiunbckjdbxidfb iusen bxkjdbcoisu nc;as ijdfb;li subfekubx;ciubas;ieuf gakjsdbca;isd clisugefbi jxdhf;si uagflasgfuas;eiufgsldkjvcbasiuefb;liasug Ok, testing...

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Ok, so that's it, you've sped things up by running a 1k buffer limit. Can you make the window in UBB larger so that if you fill it up you've reached 1k? Oh well, no more meandering train of thought posts.

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Yep, this sucks. I don't like to A) Have to think "gee, am I exceeding 1k?" and B) Flood control prevents splitting a post up efficiently. C) It seems like I can't be the only person here that creates posts longer than 1k. I can type really fast, my whole enjoyment here IS the train of thought meandering. Like I'm doing right now; I like not having to edit myself knowing that hopefully there are technical-minded people reading this who can follow this (since when I talk in real time no one apparently follows me). This sucks. Gee, is this less than 1k? Uhg.

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Sorry for the late response--I was out of the country trying to learn how to dance the merengue. Chip--email me (rkudyba@uemedia.com) the exact warning or error message you are getting. I do not see anything, e.g., a setting, about size limits for posts...
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[quote]Originally posted by kudyba: [b]Sorry for the late response--I was out of the country trying to learn how to dance the merengue. Chip--email me (rkudyba@uemedia.com) the exact warning or error message you are getting. I do not see anything, e.g., a setting, about size limits for posts...[/b][/quote] It seems to have resolved itself now - I think? I used the post above to test what I thought was going on - posted up to 1024 characters or so, and sure enough I couldn't post anything above that. It seems to be gone now? Although I did get a strange error message yesterday (I believe I sent it to you in email?).

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