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Re^2: Discrepancies in the number of replies

by blazar (Canon)
on May 04, 2005 at 13:27 UTC ( #453944=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


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in thread Discrepancies in the number of replies

Well, for example in this moment I see as the first post in The Monastery Gates this article: DBI and PP not behaving..., from Seekers of Perl Wisdom and I see the indication "4 replies" and "3 replies" in the respective "locations".

UPDATE: I'm not offended, but most definitely I'm puzzled to see posts like this getting downvoted, especially I can't see why, taking into account that I'm answering to a specific cmt. A reply/explanation would have been welcome...


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Re^3: Discrepancies in the number of replies
by Joost (Canon) on May 04, 2005 at 13:43 UTC
      Yep, I've noticed this problem before. I'm sure there was a discussion on it some time ago, and whoever made the report was more or less dismissed.
        That was me, at Wrong number of replies on Monastery Gates.

        I wouldn't say dismissed, but that none of the responders understood what I was trying to say. In order to see the discrepancy, you have to change a user setting - and no one who responded changed it. A couple of people in this thread have.

        Anyway, it definitely didn't get the attention of anyone who could do anything about it. I chose not to pursue the issue since I hardly visit the Monastery Gates anyway, my entry point is Newest Nodes

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