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turboscrew
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Why is it that my posts seem to disappear. They emerge in the forum for a short while, and then they are "not found"?

 

Also, I couldn't find this profile for a while, so I made another. Now I suddenly found it again. Is it possible to "merge" these two profiles? This one and 'turboruuvi'-profile?

 

 

I'm an embedded SW designer from Finland, and I've nothing to do with HP - other than buying HP products every now and then for my personal use.
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turboscrew
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My posts disappeared, because a moderator thought they were about the same thing.

But I also found out that, at least in "code" formatting, IP numbers and dates (US standard with dashes) are forbidden.

 

I'm an embedded SW designer from Finland, and I've nothing to do with HP - other than buying HP products every now and then for my personal use.

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turboscrew
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I think I've passed the "newcomer moderation" with both profiles.

 

Could it be due to some intranet IP numbers shown? I pasted two lines of ny DCHP server's table.

 

I'm an embedded SW designer from Finland, and I've nothing to do with HP - other than buying HP products every now and then for my personal use.
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No, it's not that. I made another posting without any IP numbers. It lasted a bit longer, but then disappeared.

 When I refreshed the page to see if there are any answers, I was told that I have no rights to access that page.

 

Oddly, my postings under "feedback" haven't disappeared (fingers crossed).

Under "laserjet printing" they seem to disappear.

I'm an embedded SW designer from Finland, and I've nothing to do with HP - other than buying HP products every now and then for my personal use.
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This is the other profile I mentioned.

I'm an embedded SW designer from Finland, and I've nothing to do with HP - other than buying HP products every now and then for my personal use.
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Oops, sorry, THIS is the other profile.

I'm an embedded SW designer from Finland, and I've nothing to do with HP - other than buying HP products every now and then for my personal use.
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They are put into quarantine?

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turboscrew
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If, then I wonder why...

I'm an embedded SW designer from Finland, and I've nothing to do with HP - other than buying HP products every now and then for my personal use.
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My posts disappeared, because a moderator thought they were about the same thing.

But I also found out that, at least in "code" formatting, IP numbers and dates (US standard with dashes) are forbidden.

 

I'm an embedded SW designer from Finland, and I've nothing to do with HP - other than buying HP products every now and then for my personal use.

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> IP numbers and dates (US standard with dashes) are forbidden.

 

Thought of as phone numbers or IPs for spam sites?

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turboscrew
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Makes discussion about network connection issues hard.

 

I'm an embedded SW designer from Finland, and I've nothing to do with HP - other than buying HP products every now and then for my personal use.
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