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BradD
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Hi,

 

I just spent a lot of time and effort trying to write out my question clearly.

 

When I tried to post it, it said not authenticated and then dumped all of my work.

 

Any ideas on how to avoid this in the future. Some way is needed to save a question  in progress until is is completed?

 

Brad 

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redshore
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Is it possible for you to quickly copy the information & then pasting it here? You could also try pressing the "pause" key on your keyboard, it may give you enough time to get the info you want to post.

 

 

Using pc's since 82. First pc bought 1988. Every day I'm still learning new things about computing.
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Hi redshore,

 

Thanks for responding . The problem is I have nothing to paste. I typed my whole problem out long hand and now it is gone. I need to be able to create a draft copy somewhere on this site that I could work over and then SAVE before I POST.

 

Thanks, Brad

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Evening Brad, I haven't come across that particular problem yet. Make a text file or use Word Pad , type eveything there then save it just in case you run into the same problem another time. At least you can copy/paste it.

 

Best to you

Using pc's since 82. First pc bought 1988. Every day I'm still learning new things about computing.

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