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Vijitha Kumara
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Has anyone noticed this before? May be due to an internal error?



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Maneesh Godbole
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Vijitha,
Thanks for the feedback.

Yes, this was noticed sparsely before.
Next time this happens, could you please also provide the screenshot of the ranch time (which can be found at the very bottom of the page). This will help trace the error.


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Vijitha Kumara
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I didn't save the hole page. Sure, I'll update this thread next time.
Joanne Neal
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Just seen in on the JiG (Advanced) forum.
Ranch time was Jul 02, 2009 02:14:20

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Campbell Ritchie
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"No messages" appears when there is nothing less than (I think) one week old in a particular forum. If you look at JiG(A) now, you find that all the posts less than one week old are marked with arrows to say they have been moved elsewhere. So JiG(A) counts as having no posts less than one week old.

If anybody pots a new post, "No messages" will disappear.
Campbell Ritchie
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I have moved a topic in to JiG(A), so "No messages" should have vanished.
Joanne Neal
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That was my first thought, but the Java AOT Native Compiler for Windows post was last posted to on 30th June. There are other fora that haven't been posted to since before then and they aren't showing 'No Messages' I'm fairly certain that I saw it on one of the other JiG forums yesterday too, but I'm not sure whether it was Beginner's or Intermediate or what time it was that i saw it.
Campbell Ritchie
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Somebody else said something similar about dates of posts. I was obviously mistaken about it being a whole week before "no messages" appears.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Hmm. Sounds like a bug. I'll look at it over the weekend.


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