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Let me add one more comment. I have mentioned that on the preview page, there is a warning about code tags. I wonder, wouldn't it be more efficent if we had the same warning on the new writeup page that shows up first? I'm quite sure it would. Is there some reason it's not like that? Would it be difficult to implement this? What do you think?


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    [Corion]: Mr. Muskrat: I'm not sure if it really happens more often, but I don't exactly know either
    [LanX]: yep
    [LanX]: more often for some weeks now
    [Corion]: I think I'll have to manually (as god) intervene with that node, as the simple reparenting didn't seem to fix the parent/child relationship of the nodes
    [Corion]: I think I have an idea but I'll have to open a ticket with Pair.com on that - hopefully I get to that on the weekend
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    [Mr. Muskrat]: Oh that is odd. I got the message that it was reparented but yeah, it didn't actually do it. lol
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    [Corion]: Mr. Muskrat: Yeah, that message is automatic when the "normal" reparenting is done, but I think some rows that make up the node were not added to the DB properly

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