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  1. Jennifer Faist
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Occasionally the link for the "Read this discussion" button in a "New Question Posted" email is malformed and clicking on it sends me to the form for posting a new question rather than the question in the email and the responses (if any). For example, in the email for question [#9753]: New question asked - webbridge vs. pathfinder pro, the link is for <http://innovativeusers.org/iug-forum/new-discussion/9753-webbridge-vs-pathfinder-pro.html>;, which just sends me to the new question form. If I delete the "/new-discussion" part of the URL, I can get to the question and responses. From the home page of the forum the link is <http://innovativeusers.org/iug-forum/sierra-millennium-encore/9753-webbridge-vs-pathfinder-pro.html>;. So it looks like sierra-millennium-encore is being replaced with new-discussion and causing the link to fail. Sometimes the link in the emails works; sometimes it doesn't. I haven't noticed any patterns. I've been noticing this for a few weeks now. Is anyone else seeing the same thing?
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I was just about to post about this. I can't find a cause for this, but I've notified the company that supports the forum software and I'll let you know when this is fixed.

For now, if you click on the "read this discussion" link in an email and it takes you to a page where you can start a new discussion, you can go to the address bar and edit the URL, removing "/new-discussion", to go to the post. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Phil Shirley
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Cuyahoga Falls Library
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This is fixed now. Sorry for trouble.
Phil Shirley
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