Last post Feb 21, 2009 08:15 PM by Naom
Feb 20, 2009 03:15 PM|gerrylowry|LINK
when you start a new post, it takes over 20 seconds before you can begin typing here
in this message box ... until then you see only <p></p>
Feb 20, 2009 03:22 PM|gerrylowry|LINK
same delay is also occurring for replies ... I have high speed cable Internet
so I'm guessing delay may be at forums.asp.net end.
Feb 21, 2009 08:26 AM|mbanavige|LINK
I'm not seeing times that high. When i first hit reply (first time since opening browser) i can start typing in about 6 seconds (assuming that the editors images are in my cache). Tack on a second or two if my browser cache was empty. On subsequent instances
when i hit reply, the page posts back and then the editor is ready to go for me - all in about 2 seconds. Note: I'm using the enhanced editor.
Feb 21, 2009 09:48 AM|gerrylowry|LINK
Hello Mike, today, Saturday, my experience is similar to yours.
Yesterday, Friday, my experience was like under going the ancient
practice Chinese water torture in the role of the tortured one.
I'm guessing either a fix has been posted or perhaps a scaling issue;
maybe everyone, like Robinson Crusoe, wanted to have their work
done by Friday so that they could watch the Oscars this Sunday.
regards, gerry (lowry)
Feb 21, 2009 01:01 PM|mbanavige|LINK
This seems to be one of those posts that illustrates to use of the Resolved/UnResolved thread status DDL in the top of the thread. Assuming that your issue has managed to resolve itself, and there are no actual "Answers" provided in the thread (clearly,
none of my posts are an actual answer), then you could close the thread using that thread status DDL. But only if your issue is resolved of course.
Feb 21, 2009 01:45 PM|gerrylowry|LINK
My intent for *this* particular post was to wait just a few hours more
and then mark the thread as "No Status". The reason for waiting
is to allow others an opportunity to comment.
"Resolved" does not reflect the correct status because
maybe it is resolved, maybe it is not resolved. Perhaps
it will return Monday. Who knows? Not me.
We need some alternative representations of status, examples:
"Requires further investigation"
Feb 21, 2009 08:15 PM|Naom|LINK
Sometimes (looks like it happens during "peak" times) the forums are so painfully slow, that it's almost impossible to contribute. Right now the speed is OK.