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I deleted my recently made post in:
https://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/information-security/threads/506745/why-does-google-offer-free-fonts-to-use-online
Now when I'm in "Articles I'm Watching", it says about it: "0 votes; 0 replies; 25 views", despite thread having 7 replies.

Edit 1: Also title got encoded and not decoded: After deleting of a recent post, "Articles I'm Watching" shows 0 replies.

Edit 2: Just when someone responded to this same thread, it says that there is 1 reply now, even though it's 8th.

Edited by Aeonix

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Still working on this, sorry.

For some reason the counters were off, and recalculating them fixed the problem with the wrong number of replies. Still working on why the article title is being double-HTML escaped.

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You shouldn't be, nobody's complaining, bugs happen to everyone, (and especially to me).

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You shouldn't be, nobody's complaining, bugs happen to everyone, (and especially to me).

I shouldn't be working on fixing bugs? Huh?

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No, no, no.

You said:

[Still working on this,] sorry.

I responded:

You shouldn't be [, nobody's complaining, bugs happen to everyone]

I meant you shouldn't be or feel sorry for bugs. They happen to everyone.

Seems like double encoding is gone too.

Edited by Aeonix

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You fixed the counter, but the issue is still here.

https://www.daniweb.com/programming/software-development/threads/506741/object-oriented-programming

This is where I posted a post, which I thought as off-topic, and decided to delete it, and the situation repeats, it says "0 replies" in "Articles I'm Watching", but has actually 6 replies.

Edit: And now this thread has "0 replies" and "33 views" and "Be First To Reply".

Edited by Aeonix

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Crazily, you uncovered a bug that has huge SEO implications as well, so let's hope that there will be some improvements in that arena now that the problem has been fixed.

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