Until recently, when I clicked the Cancel button before posting a reply, I would be redirected to the post I was about to reply to (which makes sense).
Now it appears that the behavior of this button has changed: Mostly I am redirected to some other recently viewed page. To return to the original thread, I have to go two steps back in my (Chrome) browser history. This is only a minor inconvenience, but I'm wondering why it has changed.
Hi @FreelanceReinh. I have just tried this in my Chrome install and it worked fine, i.e. I replied to this post, then clicked cancel and it went back to the post.
To quote a IT mainstay, have you cleared your cache and restarted? Could it also be any plugins that maybe running?
Thanks for checking. My plugins seem to be only the default ones. I've just cleared the browser cache (and history etc.) and opened a new Chrome window. But the issue persists.
Then I've tested it on a different PC and on a laptop: Same issue on all three computers.
Very odd then, it works fine for me. Have you made sure your logged in - top right - as I know that the login mechanism isn't very good. If I open a new session it doesn't log me, but it does when I like a post or reply, but some functionality changes when I am not officially signed in, i.e. buttons may not be there etc.
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