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    Narue 5,707   9 Years Ago

    >It's hypnotizing effect causes painfull eyes and a significant decrease in concentration If you find that hypnotic, don't watch the [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89O-IhFFtKM&feature=related"]version with music[/URL]. :D Read More

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Could you describe the bug? I think I know what you're talking about, but simply giving an image with no explanation isn't terribly helpful.

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Could you describe the bug?

Multiple notifications of one and the same event in the subscription spy. First noticed the bug today, but I haven't used the spy since Thursday .
Happens on IE7 and FF3.

Offtopic: could you change your avatar back the way it was? It's hypnotizing effect causes painfull eyes and a significant decrease in concentration :|

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>It's hypnotizing effect causes painfull eyes and a significant decrease in concentration
If you find that hypnotic, don't watch the version with music. :D

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I like the avatar. Don't care about what Joe says.
hahahahaha
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>Could you describe the bug?
What niek_e said. Whenever someone views a thread, the notification keeps appearing over and over again until they leave the thread.

Oh, and by the way, nice avatar :P

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Basically what is happening is this particular thread is multiple pages, and each time the person clicks to go to to a different page, or reload the current page, it appears again. This isn't a bug.

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Basically what is happening is this particular thread is multiple pages, and each time the person clicks to go to to a different page, or reload the current page, it appears again. This isn't a bug.

No, I don't believe that's the reason. Sometimes this happens with myself too. I open a thread in another tab, then switch back to Subscription Spy and I see repeated notifications of me viewing the thread even though I haven't clicked on anything since.

And I've seen this occurring on threads that have less than 10 posts, which I believe is the forum default cutoff for a page.

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I would need you to provide me with step-by-step instructions on how to reproduce this, as I haven't witnessed it myself.

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I would need you to provide me with step-by-step instructions on how to reproduce this..

Ok:

1. Click subscription-spy
2. Wait a minute
3. Take screenshot
:)

I tried on 2 different machines, both running WinXP-sp2. One has IE7 and FF3 the other FF2. Bug happens on all of them, with or without ad-block

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niek_e: There is no proof that the user didn't refresh the page.

AD: It just so happens that the particular post that was repeated was edited by the user right after it was posted, which would explain the behaviour.

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I kept it up for awhile, and I am seeing some repetitive behaviour after all. I'll keep an eye on it and see if I can find a pattern.

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