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Tima1705
Krashtarsta написал:

Это проблема?

А почему нет? 

RoughlyUnderscore

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Tima1705
RoughlyUnderscore написал:

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@RoughlyUnderscore, может будете чуть повежливее?happy.png

theoof11

STOPPPPPP THIS IS GIVING HAED HACE

blueemu
Krashtarsta wrote:

HOk here a story. 

After when I write comment about my chess mode one guy write a comment. I click on notification about new comment and chess.com write Missing Page! I think Oh okay tomorrow I see. I click on notification on next day and chess.com again write Missing Page.

What should I do. Help me.

That "Missing page" warning almost always means that the thread has been moved to a different forum.

Example:

Someone starts a thread in the GD (General Discussion) forum. Let's call it "Chat thread", just as an example. You reply to the thread. Then you log off for the day.

While you are off-line, another person replies to the same thread. This generates an alert for you, pointing to "www.chess.com/general_discussion/chat_thread".

Then one of the chess.com Moderators decides that the thread doesn't belong in GD, and moves the thread to the OT (Off-Topic) forum. This changes the thread's actual address to "www.chess.com/off_topic/chat_thread".

But your alert, which was generated at the moment someone replied to the thread, still points to "www.chess.com/general_discussion/chat_thread". So when you log on again and click on the alert, you get an error message... because with the actual thread moved to OT, the alert points to the wrong forum.

Krashtarsta
RoughlyUnderscore написал:

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Krashtarsta
blueemu написал:
Krashtarsta wrote:

HOk here a story. 

After when I write comment about my chess mode one guy write a comment. I click on notification about new comment and chess.com write Missing Page! I think Oh okay tomorrow I see. I click on notification on next day and chess.com again write Missing Page.

What should I do. Help me.

That "Missing page" warning almost always means that the thread has been moved to a different forum.

Example:

Someone starts a thread in the GD (General Discussion) forum. Let's call it "Chat thread", just as an example. You reply to the thread. Then you log off for the day.

While you are off-line, another person replies to the same thread. This generates an alert for you, pointing to "www.chess.com/general_discussion/chat_thread".

Then one of the chess.com Moderators decides that the thread doesn't belong in GD, and moves the thread to the OT (Off-Topic) forum. This changes the thread's actual address to "www.chess.com/off_topic/chat_thread".

But your alert, which was generated at the moment someone replied to the thread, still points to "www.chess.com/general_discussion/chat_thread". So when you log on again and click on the alert, you get an error message... because with the actual thread moved to OT, the alert points to the wrong forum.

Thank you. Now I can !

Krashtarsta
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Tima1705
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Много ты знаешь! Я 2 часа придумывал и писал этот форум и все время его оедактировал

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Krashtarsta
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Все равно всем понятно

Savva_Churilov

Привет

Krashtarsta

Привет. Проблемам есть?