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Several times per day, there are these periods of time where nearly any time I try to submit a post or an edited version, I get that "Something has gone wrong" page. Yet, my post is usually successfully submitted anyway.

 

If this happens when trying to edit a post, sometimes I will have to keep trying to submit the edited post in order for it to finally take it - even though I am always getting the "Something has gone wrong" page.

 

Sometimes I won't even get that "Something has gone wrong" page. Instead, I'll click the button to submit the post or the edited version of a post, and nothing will happen at all. It'll be like I clicked nothing. Except, I always find that my submission was successful.



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