I’ve had this problem too, quite consistently, and over a longer period of time. It seems to happen randomly, but I do see it in previews, and also (particularly) when submitting to my scratchpad (mostly the private one).
I’ve developed the habit of checking the tail of whatever I’m posting, and removing any extra text, before pressing preview or submit.
Don’t know if it’s relevant or not, but I’m using Opera under Vista 32-bit. I either type directly into the submission window, or copy-and-paste from a text editor. choroba: I don’t use a Node Template. What difference would that make?
I suppose I just assumed this was a quirk of the PerlMonks website — but if a fix is possible, it would certainly be welcome.
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