ANSWERS: 3
  • Sometimes glitches occur. That's why you have to EDIT your questions to make sure they are exactly what you have in mind. Duh!
    • Shadow
      Not Duh! because I edited the question afterwards but there was some text still missing
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      You did not say anything about editing the question. Here is what you said, just in case you try to edit your question and reference. Question: "Why are some questions incomplete after submitting the full question?" Reference: "Sometimes there is missing text in the question. Is it a glitch on the website or what? It is very annoying. I had to use my laptop instead of my iPhone for this question because one of my previous questions was asked on my iPhone and the question was missing text."
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Again, if you experience some glitches, editing your questions will make a difference. Not Duh? Double Duh!
    • Shadow
      Not double duh and not triple duh. I had edited one of my questions a few times with the same problem. There may have been a glitch on the website at the time or something else going wrong.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Then you should have said in your reference that you have EDITED your question and the problem continues. I would have approached your question differently. You know what's coming. Triple Duh!
    • Shadow
      It’s not a duh! at all. I did say to you in my earlier responses that I edited my answer and then submitted it with the same problem.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      My answer is based on your question and reference. I have had the same problem too. Thanks to Answerbag for providing an edit feature, we can edit questions anytime we please. How easy can that be? I see a Quadruple Duh!
    • Shadow
      You’re not understanding me. I used the edit feature and when I saved the changes I went into the question again. It just happened with the one question that the changes were not properly saved due to a glitch on the website. I know it’s easy to edit a question. You don’t realise how ridiculous it sounds when you keep saying duh!
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      I understood you well when I answered your question based on what you're asking. Anything else you say in your comments is additional. You should know that. Quintable Duh!
    • Shadow
      And I’m just responding to your comments. “ Thanks to Answerbag for providing an edit feature, we can edit questions anytime we please”. That’s exactly what I did. You keep saying duh! not realising how ridiculous that sounds when you keep repeating it. I know very well that my comments are additional.
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Quote: "And I’m just responding to your comments. “ But nowhere in your question or reference did you mention the word EDIT. It was until I brought it to your attention. Once again, Duh!
    • Shadow
      I used the word edit a few times. You sound ridiculous when you keep saying duh! all the time. It’s ridiculous. Someone must have pressed the play button on your back and forgot to turn it off making you sound like a repeating disc
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      Quote: "I used the word edit a few times." No you did not. Look who is being ridiculous for trying to make a comeback due to your mistake for failing to use the word EDIT in your question and reference.
    • Shadow
      Obviously you didn’t pay attention to all my previous responses. I used the word edit a few times. Not exactly edit but edited. Same word but past tense. That’s not being ridiculous
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      I can only answer accordingly to what you're asking in your question and reference. What you say in your comments is once again additional. And yet again, no editing was mentioned by you until I brought it up.
  • Yeah it happened to me Shadow, ask the question again in the reply section.
  • Did you copy it in from another editor? Sometimes this editor doesn't recognize certain characters if you don't key them in with this text box. Its usually special characters that cause the issue and it removes everything after that special character. All you have to do is take out the special character and key it back in. Or just key the question in instead of copying it in. Otherwise I don't know.

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