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  • Invalid server response - auto-save

    My auto save is no longer working and it says Invalid server response Why? It was working before the update.

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    Check JavaScript console for more error details.

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    • #3
      Hi, I'm also getting this issue. My javascript console in firebug shows a 200 OK response containing "false" when vbulletin runs the autosave

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      • #4
        My site members have reflected this error, there is no solution?
        [ATTACH=CONFIG]temp_64550_1413220742153_785[/ATTACH]

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        • #5
          I have experienced this as well with 5.1.10. In fact i was entering data into a post while i got this message. I suspected something was up so i copied the entire post before i selected to post it. once i selected to post i was prompted with i must be logged into post. But it showed i was logged in, so i logged out and back in and pasted/posted my message with no issue. I was not idle during this time so the idle time setting should not have come into play.

          I have the js console open in hopes to be able to replicate the problem.
          Last edited by NumNum; Wed 9th Dec '15, 3:51am.
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          • #6
            I just got exactly this problem. Made a new forum user. Was writing a post and I got "invalid server response"

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            • #7
              I found resolution with this by extending the cookie session time out setting in the admincp.
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