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and another
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(NT) Fixed. Thanks!
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more, something must be broken today
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(NT) Fixed. Thanks!
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Yep.

Yesterdy, CNET did a "significant upgrade to our Backend". Apparently something went wrong (or wasn't tested enough).

I don't think Lee is already at work, and even then it might take some time to fix. No need to alert every new one.

Kees

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yep

one's an anomaly
two's a coincidence
three's a pattern

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Hey Kees
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Thanks for these James.

We did an upgrade yesterday to CNET's backend and looks like this previous forum bug is back at it again. I will get the ones here fixed if I haven't fixed them already.

Hopefully our engineers will get this bug fixed soon as my hand are cramping from doing all these manual fixes Sad

Thanks for reporting James!
-Lee

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UPDATE: THis is fixed now

Good news this is fixed going forward, but there maybe a few stragglers accounts that still need fixing.

Hopefully we will see less of these.

Thanks,
-Lee

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Sigh... Unfortunately this bug has come back

we are looking into it and hopefully fix it soon.

Sorry for the distractions!
-Lee

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