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Oct 22, 2012

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I started the discussion on http://forums.adobe.com/message/4792994 but it is shown as being started by someone else with my comments (showing as Ben Hutchinson instead of me). So now I can't edit my initial post and those assisting are asking me questions  ot which I've posted  answers but they don't realise because it seems the inital question was posted by someone else. It also means I can't edit my post.

I used a private, secure computer to post the message from a private residence on a private IP. What's going on here? Can I get my discussion back? I'm really in a rush for some assistance because my folio is due soon and ID is being a pain.

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You cannot edit posts anyway once someone has replied to them.

Just answer the questions you are asked; they may probably end up as the same user as the original post.

The forums have been acting that way for quite a few days now, and Jive seems to be unable to fix it.

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My discussion assigned to someone else

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Oct 22, 2012

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I started the discussion on http://forums.adobe.com/message/4792994 but it is shown as being started by someone else with my comments (showing as Ben Hutchinson instead of me). So now I can't edit my initial post and those assisting are asking me questions  ot which I've posted  answers but they don't realise because it seems the inital question was posted by someone else. It also means I can't edit my post.

I used a private, secure computer to post the message from a private residence on a private IP. What's going on here? Can I get my discussion back? I'm really in a rush for some assistance because my folio is due soon and ID is being a pain.

Help!

You cannot edit posts anyway once someone has replied to them.

Just answer the questions you are asked; they may probably end up as the same user as the original post.

The forums have been acting that way for quite a few days now, and Jive seems to be unable to fix it.

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Oct 22, 2012

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You're not alone.  Something is egregiously wrong with Adobe's forum servers.

Look at the "Who is Bob Dix?" thread in this forum for an extended discussion:  http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1085174?tstart=0

-Noel

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LEGEND ,
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You cannot edit posts anyway once someone has replied to them.

Just answer the questions you are asked; they may probably end up as the same user as the original post.

The forums have been acting that way for quite a few days now, and Jive seems to be unable to fix it.

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Oct 23, 2012

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Pat Willener wrote:

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The forums have been acting that way for quite a few days now, and Jive seems to be unable to fix it.

Let's hope that you forgot to add a "so far"...

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