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Thanks to Dave Stragand for fixing the calendar and FLOOD problem
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56D500boy
Posted 2019-03-14 9:53 PM (#579351)
Subject: Thanks to Dave Stragand for fixing the calendar and FLOOD problem



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Thanks for fixing the issue(s) Dave. I know I wasn't the only one to find issue posting because your server got it's power knocked out by your electric company who shut off power to change a transformer a couple of days ago and when it came back up, your server had the wrong date. A bit of a mess but it looks like you've fixed all the broken threads.

Thanks very much.

Dave F.
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Powerflite
Posted 2019-03-14 10:03 PM (#579354 - in reply to #579351)
Subject: Re: Thanks to Dave Stragand for fixing the calendar and FLOOD problem



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Thanks Dave Stragand, No more over-restrictive flood control.
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Posted 2019-03-18 3:26 PM (#579508 - in reply to #579351)
Subject: Re: Thanks to Dave Stragand for fixing the calendar and FLOOD problem



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Still working on fixing the flood control part. =) For those who posted during the incorrect date, the system wants you to wait until one minute after that time/date to post again... but that will be in December. I'm still sorting that one out.
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ronbo97
Posted 2019-03-18 10:54 PM (#579515 - in reply to #579508)
Subject: Re: Thanks to Dave Stragand for fixing the calendar and FLOOD problem


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Dave -

If you write an update query to change the date to 'today' if it's greater than 'today', that may fix the problem.

Ron

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