Why is the green tick not working?

  Bingalau 25 Jun 12
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I've tried to tick the football thread a few times and although it worked o.k. a couple of weeks ago, now it seems to have no effect at all. Is there a secret that nobody has told me?

  Aitchbee 25 Jun 12

Why are you 'green-ticking' your post, when the best is yet to come?

  Woolwell 25 Jun 12

You don't seem to be alone. Quickbeam had the same problem too.

  Aitchbee 25 Jun 12

Have you lost interest, Bingalau?

  Forum Editor 25 Jun 12

I just posted a test thread, added a response to it, and then applied the green tick. It worked perfectly.

  morddwyd 26 Jun 12

Probably because of some browser setting you may not be aware of.

It does happen, as regular readers will know to the point of boredom!

  Quickbeam 26 Jun 12

I couldn't tick the breakfast thread yesterday, but it's just done it OK on the same browser which I was going to switch if it didn't. Maybe breakfast threads can't be ticked in the wrong mealtime slot.

Who says this is boredom?

  Aitchbee 26 Jun 12

I have just successfully 'green-ticked' a post from 2 months ago...halfway down the page.

  Quickbeam 26 Jun 12

But was it originally posted at breakfast time, lunchtime or tea time?

  Aitchbee 26 Jun 12

QB...not sure, but I probably had a tin of mackeral fillets at the time.

  Quickbeam 26 Jun 12

I can smell a red herring here...:)

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