Quick Reply seems slower than Regular Reply

NBVC

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I noticed that when I try to do a quick reply....it feels much slower to accept and refresh the screen than when do a regular reply....

Is this true for others?
 

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Nope, just you :)
I always use quick reply....
 

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serious tho - quick reply is quick for me - two blinks?
 

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Hi Tracy,

It's strange because whether I am on my home computer or my office computer, it almost always seems slower using the Quick Reply. It just kinda' sticks in limbo for a while, tempting me to try clicking Submit again and again (but I know that just causes multiple posts). Possibly that is why we see multiple repeated posts sometimes?
 

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hmm... what browser are you using? I use firefox...
other than when the board has it's usual slow down, it works fine for me...
 

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I use Firefox at work and IE at home....which makes it even stranger and that's what led me to believe that it couldn't be just me....but since nobody else seems to have posted the issue...maybe it is just me :cry:
 

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don't know what to say....
 

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No worries...

I'll live with it...just thought it was curious. :confused:

Thanks anyways, Tracy.
 

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