How do I.... ?
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I entered my information in new topic, preview it and posted it, and cannot find it, I then went up and checked under my post and found it posted to another page with items posted, dating back to 2012-2008??? Any and All help appreciated..
There is a lot of confusion with so many adds on the for sale forum. The first bunch of ads are semi permanant as they are paid ad's. The new ad's are posted after them. It is there, i just posted to it.
I am not sure what the difficulty is. I just checked your posting history and found this one - 12 D HARROW PLOW AND 151 DISC PLOW and it is in the proper forum - For Sale Cubs.
You ad is on the 2nd page of the For Sale Cubs forum and this is because it comes after the PCA's which are members who pay a fee to support this site and have their items for sale stickied. Your post is under an ad that was listed in 2012 .. just happens to be where it falls in the list. Still date specific for non-PCA ads.
Oh yes, you double posted so one was removed - the one without a reply. I also moved this to the correct forum for the question.
Does this answer the question
It seems you actually posted the same ad five times. I removed three of those along with one Rudi removed. Your one ad is still there as Rudi mentioned.
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You are probably experiencing lag problems .. either browser/your network or your ISP has either throttled back/choked the bandwidth or there is a very slow node in the loop. To have ended up with 5 copies .. you must have hit submit a number of times. If the post doesn't get posted immediately, take a few minutes and wait to see if it does post before hitting submit again. Or refresh your page. After refreshing, if you see your ad then you know that you have browser/network issues - suggest you clear cookies on the forum, clear you cookies and history in your browser and then run your malware suites.
Let us know if this helps at all.
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