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Posted Monday, February 13, 2012 2:11 PM


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I'm seeing a lot of posts that were applied to the SSC Blogs appear in batches in the Forums Recent posts>>Posts Added today, and I'll throw my two cents in...

they don't belong there.

Blog posts always vaguely anonymous: Discuss Content Posted By Unknown Unknown with Last Post By Site Owners

I 100% understand the purpose of it is to attract interest, but I find it distracting and the two things that bug me are really basic:
the posts should be able to harvest the blog owners name or nickname; Unknown Unknown might as well be NULL NULL.

The come over in batches it seems; it can push forum questions off into page two of 4 when it occurs, which can be annoying on active forum days.




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Posted Monday, February 13, 2012 2:26 PM


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This was reported today and we are taking a look at it. This should not be happening.






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