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Old 10-18-2007, 12:07 PM   #1
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Upon Quick Links -> Mark Forums Read, I see:

cZ1rJrM($izKKHxAzuTsPMb); $T354PRKaCcQ->TbfEVJyDQ($q=" UPDATE " . ZWttWKY55LiGX('thread_serviceupdate') . "thread_serviceupdate SET s_updated=1, s_dateline = ".TIMENOW." WHERE s_threadid = ".$phgswzwJwKXXQiB['s_threadid'] ); } log_cron_action('', $UqoLnVWWc, 1); ?>

Never saw that before. The actual function completes correctly (messages are flagged as read).

Edit: the problem seems to have self-corrected after a computer restart, so it may be local. I guess just keep an eye out for any other reports, but all is well now.
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Maybe your computer doesn't want you to mark them all as read.

Maybe your computer wants you to actually read them all first.

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Upon Quick Links -> Mark Forums Read, I see:

cZ1rJrM($izKKHxAzuTsPMb); $T354PRKaCcQ->TbfEVJyDQ($q=" UPDATE " . ZWttWKY55LiGX('thread_serviceupdate') . "thread_serviceupdate SET s_updated=1, s_dateline = ".TIMENOW." WHERE s_threadid = ".$phgswzwJwKXXQiB['s_threadid'] ); } log_cron_action('', $UqoLnVWWc, 1); ?>

Never saw that before. The actual function completes correctly (messages are flagged as read).

Edit: the problem seems to have self-corrected after a computer restart, so it may be local. I guess just keep an eye out for any other reports, but all is well now.
Its been a couple of months since I have been able to Mark Forums Read on my computer at work. It seems to work OK at home.
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