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    I'm putting this here because I can't post on the 'Site Feedback & Technical Support' section.

    Whatever I post I get the following error message even with no 'tags'

    "The following errors occurred with your submission
    The number of tags you tried to add exceeded the maximum number of tags by 1."
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    Quote Originally Posted by sospiro View Post
    I'm putting this here because I can't post on the 'Site Feedback & Technical Support' section.

    Whatever I post I get the following error message even with no 'tags'

    "The following errors occurred with your submission
    The number of tags you tried to add exceeded the maximum number of tags by 1."
    I had made a request that 'The TC Top 200 Recommended Operas (2015 version)' thread be made a 'sticky' rather than just closed so we can find it more easily.

    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sospiro View Post
    I'm putting this here because I can't post on the 'Site Feedback & Technical Support' section.

    Whatever I post I get the following error message even with no 'tags'

    "The following errors occurred with your submission
    The number of tags you tried to add exceeded the maximum number of tags by 1."
    I had the same. Apparently, the system generates tags by itself, and then complains there are too many....

    If you search in the post that you are trying to get through, you will find the tags, and you can probably delete them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Rock View Post
    I had the same. Apparently, the system generates tags by itself, and then complains there are too many....

    If you search in the post that you are trying to get through, you will find the tags, and you can probably delete them.
    Initially I put a hyperlink to the thread but when I got the message I removed the link and just typed text. Still got the message.
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    You are asking the Administrators for help. You must ask the entity known as Talk Classical for this service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sospiro View Post
    I'm putting this here because I can't post on the 'Site Feedback & Technical Support' section.

    Whatever I post I get the following error message even with no 'tags'

    "The following errors occurred with your submission
    The number of tags you tried to add exceeded the maximum number of tags by 1."
    Looking into this issue ... and moved thread into Site Feedback & Technical Support forum.
    Last edited by Krummhorn; Nov-23-2015 at 18:24.
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    I have made a few changes in how the system creates "tags". It now should only generate tags based upon the thread title and not the individual postings.

    Some sub fora in the Member's Area will no longer create tags automatically (Announcements, Site Feedback and Area 51).
    Last edited by Krummhorn; Nov-23-2015 at 19:10. Reason: typo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    I have made a few changes in how the system creates "tags". It now should only generate tags based upon the thread title and not the individual postings.

    Some sub fora in the Member's Area will no longer create tags automatically (Announcements, Site Feedback and Area 51).
    Thank you kind sir!
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    I receive e-mail notifications of posts to threads that I subscribe to and that works (only some of the time). My bigger problem is that if I later log onto the site there is no list of the posts that people made in response to my posts. Please let me know how I can see such a list. TYVM

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    Quote Originally Posted by JosefinaHW View Post
    I receive e-mail notifications of posts to threads that I subscribe to and that works (only some of the time). My bigger problem is that if I later log onto the site there is no list of the posts that people made in response to my posts. Please let me know how I can see such a list. TYVM
    Should there be one like that?

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    This forum, sadly, lacks tracking of who responds to whom. An odd oversight.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KenOC View Post
    This forum, sadly, lacks tracking of who responds to whom. An odd oversight.

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    Well I would like to know what the answer someone has for me or what their opinion is, etc., Also I don't want to seem rude to someone who took the time to write back--didn't read a message response (that had important info) until three days later and I caught it just by chance.

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    We keep saying this. The only way to follow a thread is to subscribe and keep an eye on it.

    It's not odd that the forum lacks tracking of who responds because it would require a specific "I have responded to fred" button.

    There are several options when replying:

    Some people just reply, no quote, no ^^^^^^^^^^^^^, no anything to indicate that they are specifically responding to a particular question. How does the software know?

    Some people reply using ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ or copy the text of the previous post without using quote. Again, how does the software know that they are specifically responding to a particular question?

    Some people quote. Ah, that looks promising. But then they edit the text and make a joke about a typo in the last line or something equally inane.

    Same problem arises when people multi-quote. They might be doing a compare and contrast and not responding to a particular question.

    So the simplest thing to do is to subscribe and keep an eye on new posts.
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    Ah, but there is a "reply" button. The software knows full well who has replied to whom. I would expect there would be a way to see who has replied to your posts but alas, there seems to be none.


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