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Weird Odd Behavior in Forum and Emails from AVSIM?

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...weird odd behaviour in forum and emails from AVSIM?

Referring to my recent posts here, I have been posting in the "P3D 3.4 Experience Thread" and a post appeared here (in "Core and AM info in 3.4") somehow at #28, which accounts for the slight oddness of that post. What's more - mails I've been getting from here since are entitled "P3D 3.4 Experience Thread" and all lead me to that thread (in "P3D 3.4 Experience Thread") but content is from this thread.

 

For example from my mailbox, AVSIM email Dans post #34 from here:

 

"

SteveW,

 

downscc has just posted a reply to a topic that you have subscribed to titled "P3D 3.4 Experience Thread".

 

 

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Okay, so based on that I'll stick to my view...[shortened]

 

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The topic can be found here: http://www.avsim.com/topic/495192-p3d-34-experience-thread/?view=getnewpost

"

 

links to p3d-34-experience-thread

 

Sorry for any confusion.

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...weird odd behaviour in forum and emails from AVSIM?

 

Split from the topic you had this post in.  Will take a look Steve. 

 

Best regards,

Jim

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I have reviewed our logs and see no errors.  We were having some e-mail issues but those are mostly resolved.  When we move topics and posts we sometimes have BIG thumbs and it the wrong keys.  Your post is extremely complicated so I just had to look for errors surrounding your username and Dans.  Nothing.  I do not see any e-mail errors.  It is probably a glitch in our system.  Glitches happen occasionally and hopefully they will not be as complicated as the description in your OP. :smile:  Thanks for reporting it though.

 

Best regards,

Jim

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Hi Jim,

 

Thanks. Found it very odd not seen before. Could be a db index error of some kind hopefully run its course. Keeping a look out for in future. :)

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