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    Hi Team, me again, Is there a time limit for replying to a thread once you have opened the message box for replies ? If so, what is it ? If not, then I think that the PSO Team should ask the PS Support to look into a small problem that I have had. That is....on a number of occasions I have attempted to reply to a thread, or indeed open a new topic, and spent over twenty minutes, composing, typing and editing. When I come to submit my reply or new thread I get an error message saying that my submission could not be made as something was missing. This is not much of a problem if I know that there is a time limit, as I can cut and paste from a word document if needed. Look forward to hearing from someone. umbup:
    3 Time Bracelet Winner

  • #2
    Hi Bill,

    No there is no limit to the time you take to complete a post. I believe that you may be getting logged out while you're writing. Do you need to log in again after this happens? I get logged out quite often and when I try to post, I will get a V-bulletin message. If you are writing a long reply, it may be better to use Word or whatever and paste to the forum. That way you won't lose your reply.

    Hope this helps.

    2 Time Bracelet Winner


    • #3
      Could be a browser issue perhaps?
      I have had bad experiences with forums timing out when i submit and it wipes my post.. so to that end I either
      a) constantly CNTRL+A then CNTRL + C to keep a copy of my post on the clipboard
      b) I write my post in a notepad and transfer it once done

      Good luck


      • #4
        Taking time out


        Twenty minutes isn't uncommon for a session time-out on a Web Server. Previewing the post occasionally should ensure nothing times out.



        • #5
          Thanks for the responses, I think that in future if I am going to make an in depth reply, or know that I will be a while composing one, I will use a word processor and copy and paste. This should solve my problem as I hate to see that error message and have to rewrite, as I almost always cannot remember my exact wording and the rewrite doesn't seem quite as good. Thanks again. Bill. umbup:umbup:umbup:umbup:umbup:
          3 Time Bracelet Winner



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