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New postPosted: November 22nd, 2008, 7:14 pm 
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It seems like a lot of people are either losing their posts or perhaps hitting "save" instead of send. Do you think admin could remove the save button? Just a thought.

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 Post subject: Re: Hay Lake
New postPosted: November 22nd, 2008, 9:27 pm 
That's a good suggestion. I've hit it more than once and the post disappears into the ether. I have to look carefully each time I post something. Is there any point to the SAVE button anyway?


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One would use the "save" button if they started a post or response and decided to wait to post it later (maybe they wanted to reconsider whether or not they really wanted to post or they had to step away from the computer before they had time to complete the post or whatever).

I don't see the point of removing the "save" button. If people accidentally click it, the post is not "lost" -- it's saved to the Control Panel. From there it can be posted.

Are you two saying that after clicking "save" the post is gone entirely?

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One would use the "save" button if they started a post or response and decided to wait to post it later (maybe they wanted to reconsider whether or not they really wanted to post or they had to step away from the computer before they had time to complete the post or whatever.

I don't see the point of removing the "save" button. If people accidentally click it, the post is not "lost" -- it's saved to the Control Panel. From there it can be posted.

Are you two saying that after clicking "save" the post is gone entirely?

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One would use the "save" button if they started a post or response and decided to wait to post it later (maybe they wanted to reconsider whether or not they really wanted to post or they had to step away from the computer before they had time to complete the post or whatever.

I don't see the point of removing the "save" button. If people accidentally click it, the post is not "lost" -- it's saved to the Control Panel. From there it can be posted.

Are you two saying that after clicking "save" the post is gone entirely?



That's exactly how I've used the save button. If you accidentally hit save instead of post . . . it's still there & you can post it.
Just a thought, could we make the save button a different color from the post button? Maybe red & green?

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I have read of many people losing thier posts. I thought that might be the problem. It was just a suggestion. I have no idea what else could have caused it.

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