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mindlessjunk
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Hi I’ve been trying to post a question in inkjet forum but from Chrome and from IE the ‘post’ button just reloads the form. It doesn’t actually post. 

Am using an iPod to type this. 

Any ideas?

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mindlessjunk
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and now I know it works from an iPod I can post my original question. But it does look like the forum isn’t geared up to windows 10. 

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Nope. The inkjet forum is definitely NOT WORKING. Can’t post there using ANY device. 

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I just posted a "test" post in the inkjet forum.  Using Win 10 and Chrome.  No issue at all...

 

Clear your browser history, cookies, etc. and try again.

 

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Hello

 

This posting was not allowed to go, with no error provided to me, as per the OP poster in this thread.

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-Notebooks/Which-power-brick-rating-for-HP-Elite-Thunderbolt-3...

 

The following was tried:

  • With or without Operating System and / or Product Name entries
  • Mobile browser (with and w/out desktop mode) - android chrome
  • Desktop browser - chrome, opera (chromium)
  • With or without message tags.
  • On two different internet connections, with UK IPs.

 

In the end, I removed all detail in the post, posted minimal "this is text" style filler in the Subject and Problem description. That allowed me to post. I then edited in a decent question detail and tags after the effect.

 

Also (just as an aside), just now (long after the original posting issue) when I used the formatting controls to add some indents, the posting mechanism actually did give me some feedback ... to say that I had used invalid HTML. Problem with that was that it was the HTML that the posting mechanism had provided. Feel free to try adding a couple of levels of indent. 😉

 

Best

Eliot

 

 

EDIT - I've just gone back to my post, and it's saying that it has been marked as spam ... what the danged jiminy is going on here, folks?! (yes - i've used the [counter intuitive] reporting function to spam report something that isn't spam as not spam, so that it can be set as not spam - sorry, that's not sarcasm, just having a little fun with my woes 😉 ...)

 

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