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#1 iiJakebDub

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Posted 11 October 2017 - 06:36 PM

My name is Jakeb and I have a virus :(. Also before I close this I do have to complain about a post I made before this. I made a long post and I put about an hour into the post only to get a screen that says I do not have permission. This is not a rant and I'm not getting too mad but I suggest that you have a system that saves the post as you type it so when you hit the refresh button your post is still there.



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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 12 October 2017 - 06:43 PM

Welcome to BC !

 

There is such a system to save drafts of posts but in my experience it is a bit 'iffy'.  Your 'no permission' problem may be that you were trying to post a reply into the 'Virus, trojan, etc. logs' section of BC. This is the only restricted section of BC. The only people allowed to post here are those who have posted a problem - the original posters - trained and qualified members of the malware staff and moderating staff.

 

One alternative to writing a lengthy post on the forum, indeed on any forum, is to create it in say Word or some similar application, then copy/paste the contents into your post.

 

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