I was just trying to respond to someone's answer to one of my posts!
But you did post???
Yes, after shutting the site down and re-opening it.
Happens often. The question is "why?".
Perhaps you were not logged in?
Is it possible to to type a reply without being logged in?
IK begrijp er niets van ik weet niet waar deze discussie over gaat.
We zijn allemaal even verbaasd als jij om je hier te vinden. In ieder geval Merry Xmas.
Ik begrijp het ook niet hoewel ik photoshop en Lightroom en een account heb .
Ik heb wel vragen gesteld maat die gaan ergens anders over en zijn nooit beantwoord RA RA RA
Misschien moet je het in het Frans of Engels vragen
Well I do not know what your (private) conversation is about, but if you ask a question in a different language, you (and others) can use the translate feature to understand the essence. The biggest problem is to ask in the correct forum.
If there is a considerable time between when you first started answering the thread and you conclude (ie you needed to do different work in between) it happens that you get disconnected.
It also happens occasionaly without pausing because of an unknown intermittant problem.
In both cases the solution is to copy your answer, cancel and push the reply link again. You can then paste your complete answer and push the post button.
Yes, that's what I usually do; but Adobe is a software-based company who ought to be able to provide a permanent fix.
the forum software is third party and believe it or not, Adobe is customer there. Any bugs are out of control of Adobe. This is common practice.
But is it common practice for the client (Adobe) to demand that the software it pays for works to satisfaction? Or is Adobe too small to flex muscles?
Well that’s none of my business. I’m a customer myself.
A paying customer?
I manage 6 teams licences.
That's a big responsibility.
I’m therefore visiting a lot the fora — and also because it is fun answering questions.
I can see that. What does ACP stand for?
ACP: Adobe Community Professional
MVP: Most Valuable Participant
It’s a kind of recognition for people active in the community.
You deserve it.
Thanks. The ACP’s/MVP’s are a great source of knowledge.
You ain't kidding. I owe you guys a huge, huge debt.
You’re welcome to ask any question. If there is an answer, someone probably finds it. As for the rest: Thanks for the flowers, it’s a pleasure to help out users in need — and to be honest, some of us are freelancers, and this adds to their reputation, helping them to get hired.