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Some users on the IPS community have said that clearing your cookies and cache may fix this issue.

 

There is a post on the IPS community that indicates it's being looked into. It has been around for a while though, and I'm not sure when it will be fixed. For those who have access, the referenced post is here: https://invisionpower.com/forums/topic/429410-one-member-regularly-makes-double-posts/

 

I will close this topic since the issue is not able to be resolved by xat.

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Messages are merged, it may comes from the "submit reply button", receiving 2 times the info of the message instead of one.

 

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i really don't know i will reinstall the browser so see if is that

i really don't know i will reinstall the browser so see if is that

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This happens to me too, it is VERY annoying.

This happens to me too, it is VERY annoying.

 

EDIT: ... It happened.

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48 minutes ago, Sydno said:

Messages are merged, it may comes from the "submit reply button", receiving 2 times the info of the message instead of one.

 

But that should happend if we click twice and i just do once.

48 minutes ago, Sydno said:

 

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Try posting with a different internet browser to see if the issue still persists.

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1 hour ago, Harrison said:

I don't think this happens on Chrome.

I'm on mobile (iPhone 5c iOS 9.3.1, Safari) and it happens.

1 hour ago, Harrison said:

I don't think this happens on Chrome.

I'm on mobile (iPhone 5c iOS 9.3.1, Safari) and it happens.

 

EDIT: Also maybe happens on Chome desktop.

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If it's happening on Chrome, can you type a test post in this topic, right click, click Inspect, click the Network tab, and then click the Submit Reply button. Then, tell us how many requests it's making. It should look like this:

 

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Maybe the issue comes from mobile and stay with a hysteresis effect.

I wouldn't be surprised of it coming from mobile, I used to have similar issues on other websites.

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