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It seems you guys have website issues, and I recommend that you rewrite your site to use less java nodes.

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Care to expand on this?

What issues are you having?
Dafydd.

Post was last edited on February 20, 2018 8:37 AM PST

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bugs

you see the order of which the nodes are loading are incorrect, and causing reply codes for your posts to malfunction. Its better off not using JS nodes. its a flaky and unpredictable technology.

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Thank you for the feedback...

So what you are reporting for issue in our forums is that you are unable to reply sometimes because the reply link doesn't function correctly?

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yes the reply

I get the error that it can not post at this time. I notice in the inspection window the java loading order is different compared to when I can post. Maybe you should try moving the remote asynchronous java locally or setting it to synchronous since the asynchronous method is causing a timing issue that results in loading in the wrong order (intermittently).

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Thank you for this information...

This is something I already have a bug ticket for as others have reported experiencing this too. I appreciate you taking the time out to help out. Again thank you, superdavebear!

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alternatively

you could move around the order of the linked external JavaScript pages and see if it clears up the intermittent loading order issue.

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Our developers did some clean up work on this.

Let me know if this is still an issue for you. Hopefully it is better.

Thanks!
-Lee

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