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    Default Sig Changes are not Retroactive

    It seems that changes to one's Signature are not retro-active. In the old forum, a change to your sig back-propagated to affect all your posts through history. Now it seems that Sig changes only affect posts made after the change. This should be fixed.
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    False alarm, seems to be working properly now, probably a local cookie issue.
    Quote Originally Posted by Towrn
    ...when the worst thing that happens when you make a mistake at your job is someone complains on the internet, you probably care a little less!

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    well, it's sorta working properly. the post just before i created this sig, 1st since new forums, has no sig... still something wonkers. whatev.
    Quote Originally Posted by Towrn
    ...when the worst thing that happens when you make a mistake at your job is someone complains on the internet, you probably care a little less!

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    well, it's sorta working properly. the post just before i created this sig, 1st since new forums, has no sig... still something wonkers. whatev.


    ed: yup, seems that only posts made after my 1st sig was created are updating current sig changes. Its as if posts made here before creating my 1st sig have no default (but empty) sig field.

    Not a biggie, but not "polished" either.
    Quote Originally Posted by Towrn
    ...when the worst thing that happens when you make a mistake at your job is someone complains on the internet, you probably care a little less!

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