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Old 09-04-2018, 09:13 AM   #1
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Frequent Error msg when using "Mark Forums Read"

FWIW, I often get this message when I use the "Mark Forums Read" link under Quick Links.

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Sometimes the next click works sometimes it takes several clicks.
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I've clearered out cookies and the cache but so far no luck. The first time I use the Mark Forums Read button, I get the error message and the forums arenot market read. If I immediately click it again, no error message and the forums are all marked read.

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