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Nothing earth-shattering here, I know, but I thought Iíd bring it to the attention of the Monastery in the hope that thereís a simple fix (or, perhaps, an explanation Iíve overlooked?)

Folks complain about it from time to time


Found 10 nodes roughly between 2012-08-31 and 1999-10-04 (searched 100.00% of DB).

where title contains all of "rep", "COUNT"

2012-08-30 Athanasius Reply counts in Nodes to consider with Show count of all replies PMD
2008-12-07 szabgab incorrect count of replies PMD
2008-09-22 moritz Seemingly random reply counts? PMD
2004-09-16 HelgeG Show reply count in "Nodes you wrote"? PMD
2004-08-29 Wassercrats Better reply count & display PMD
2003-06-12 chip Reputation and Accountability PMD
2002-06-30 amphiplex bug in reply count ? PMD
2002-05-18 Dog and Pony Node reply count bug? PMD
2001-06-05 John M. Dlugosz bug report - Reply count PMD
2000-10-17 footpad Reply Count...? PMD

In reply to Re: Reply counts in Nodes to consider with Show count of all replies by Anonymous Monk
in thread Reply counts in Nodes to consider with Show count of all replies by Athanasius

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