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    Well, its back! I cannot reply to a particular post (the JDBC one that talks about sun.misc.Base64Encoder). And I could not even cancel my reply. It still retained the text area for responding. Nor could I find the original "sticky" thread. And when I tried to do an advanced search, I got the old PHP errors. It's almost as though someone did a reinstall and reverted to an older release.

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    Well, I fixed it. If you look at my post I had used 33 followed by a percent sign. I changed it to 33 percent and it worked. I couldn't even use the percent sign in this post. Very strange.

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    Default Re: page not found (et al)

    Just checking: 33% 33 % [33%]

    does it work? It does if I do a 'quick reply' ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim829 View Post
    Well, I fixed it. If you look at my post I had used 33 followed by a percent sign. I changed it to 33 percent and it worked. I couldn't even use the percent sign in this post. Very strange.

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    Well it was said that this problem was not solved and can return in other forms. Its caused by an (anti-spam?) security measure built into the forum apparently which needs to be tamed. Basically it means that every time you post code, you run a risk of tripping the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gimbal2 View Post
    Well it was said that this problem was not solved and can return in other forms. Its caused by an (anti-spam?) security measure built into the forum apparently which needs to be tamed. Basically it means that every time you post code, you run a risk of tripping the problem.
    I had forgotten that particular post and could not find the thread (I finally found it in Suggestions and Feedback).

    @Moderator - can someone please merge this thread with the correct one? The admin said they will use that to learn about new problems.

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