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Adobe-Admin noted that work was ongoing in the forums, and allowed as how a node might be out of sync (in another thread), so this could be part of the "work," or maybe it's been around for awhile, but I never encountered it.
Background: I've been getting the "An Unexpected Error Has Occurred" message all afternoon (Tuesday, May 10), but if I go Back, then Cancel for my Reply, it is in fact posted.
Just did that, but missed Cancel and hit Post again. It was then that I got another error message: "You are not allowed to post more than once per 9 sec." or similar syntax. Could this be a new anti-spam measure?
No specific work going on. But it does sound like a sync issue, especially if you are hitting the "unexpected error" message. I'll update the support ticket.
The 9-second between posts bit has been there since the beginning.
Thanks for the info on the 9 sec. rule. Guess that I had just never encountered that before, as I had never tried to post in such a short time.
Appreciated, and the "Unexpected Error" is on-going, but the Back, and Cancel is still working OK, with the post actually being uploaded.
Some odd issues with the (Updated) and the reply count/last post though. Here is one THREAD that shows 20 posts and (Updated) on the main page, but ends at reply # 16. Seems to be a lot of that going around today?
No, I don't believe this is new. JVD posted a while ago that such a measure was already in place.
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Still appreciated, and I must have missed any previous references to that limitation, but can easily see why I might never have encountered it before.