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    According to the android app on their phone, once logged in, they can reply to a thread.. but after hitting submit (and getting the "reply successfully postd" note), their post isn't there.. When double checking from a computer, there is no reply from the user.

    We just published this to the android store - It's Linux Forum Mobile

    It works for me (admin) and another regular user that's been on a while..
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  • #2
    Nevermind..

    I currently have the minimum character limit set to 10.

    It will pop up a "didn't meet minimum chars" note if you put in 1 character.. but it looks like anything more and it will appear to the user that it was posted w/o error (but won't show up)
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    • #3
      I also have this problem but I don't understand what you did to fix it. Could you explain further please?

      Thanks

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      • #4
        Originally posted by plutonash View Post
        I also have this problem but I don't understand what you did to fix it. Could you explain further please?

        Thanks
        Admincp-settings-messages posting editing options.

        That section has all the character limits

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        • #5
          Originally posted by KProjects:2244203

          It will pop up a "didn't meet minimum chars" note if you put in 1 character.. but it looks like anything more and it will appear to the user that it was posted w/o error (but won't show up)
          But why is it doing as stated above?

          Thanks for your help.

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          • #6
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