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Posted 29/10/2009 4:14:11 PM


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Hi Team,

i was wondering if you can help answer my question.

Sometimes i am not allowed to have a complete spell check when i have written a post, can you please advise? Is it something top do with the permission level?

And one last question, i need to stop having new topic notifications email. In fact, my email address, the one which i am using in this forum is my work one and basicaly i am not allowed to have personal notifications which are not related to my work, i don't know how i landed having this, i have these notifications only for the toddler forum and not for mums and all, do you have a suggestion(s) for me???

Thank you,

*****Han-Mum of  3years Ryan and 4month old Dylan*****

 

 

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Posted 29/10/2009 4:56:22 PM


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I also sometimes am told my 'cookie' has expierd when I try to use speel check I need it I cant spell at all well
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Posted 30/10/2009 12:24:10 PM


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Hi Han,

We'll look into the spell check issue on Monday and will try to get it sorted soon. Thanks for your patience in the meantime.

You can remove the topic email notification in your Control Panel, under Subscriptions (choose Forum Subscriptions).

Cheers,


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Posted 30/10/2009 4:16:54 PM


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Thank you

*****Han-Mum of  3years Ryan and 4month old Dylan*****

 

 

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Posted 19/11/2009 10:08:58 AM


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Hi Han,

Our technical team advises that, if your forum session is inactive for a minute or so (that is, you are logged into the forums but not doing anything), your session cookie expires and an error message is displayed. Is this possibly what is happening sometimes when you are in the forums?

Also, Steph03 has found that spell check works when you preview the post.

I hope this helps. If you are still having issues, you can send an email directly to techhelp@raisingchildren.net.au and I will troubleshoot for you.


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