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Can you MODs/Admins disable somethimg for me?
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I was just finished makeing an MOC and hit continue and it says I have to enter my password and I have to make my MOC again! This happened to me several times and drives me nuts so can you admins disable this problem for me?
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| November 10, 2011, 7:15 pm
Quoting Christian J
I was just finished makeing an MOC and hit continue and it says I have to enter my password and I have to make my MOC again! This happened to me several times and drives me nuts so can you admins disable this problem for me?

Why don't you try to copy/paste the HTML to a Word Doc. first, then press "Continue"?
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| November 10, 2011, 7:37 pm
That happened to me a couple of days ago. I pressed "back" on the web browser and my text reappeared. I then copied it, signed into my account and pasted the text before creating the page.
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| November 12, 2011, 10:40 pm
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Quoting Rhys' Pieces
That happened to me a couple of days ago. I pressed "back" on the web browser and my text reappeared. I then copied it, signed into my account and pasted the text before creating the page.


unfortunately that doesn't always work, I've done that when writing comments and the "add to the conversation" box has been empty when I click back. The best technique not to loose a wall of text is to copy and paste it into another document (word is best but notepad also does the trick) then if the forward button does fail you can just copy and paste it back into the blank "edit you moc" page. (which I think someone already suggested earlier in the conversation).

It's also a good way to double check any HTML code you've typed hasn't been messed up in some way, it's very easy to accidentally miss a / or > if you are doing lots of edits.

It can also speed up editing too as you can just copy and paste <b> or <u> from earlier in the document and paste it everywhere you want. You can of course do that in iexplore or firefox too, but you can't save the document before committing it here.
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| November 13, 2011, 10:53 am
I find it easier to upload the pics, create the moc, then go back using Edit and add the text, re-saving at regular intervals.
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| November 13, 2011, 11:05 am
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Quoting Nick Barrett
I find it easier to upload the pics, create the moc, then go back using Edit and add the text, re-saving at regular intervals.


that's what I've started doing.

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| November 13, 2011, 11:40 am
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