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Duplicate posts

Sun Sep 23, 2018 7:03 pm

I see tons and tons of duplicate (and sometimes even triplicate) posts. I try to report them when I can, but it still gets annoying.

What I've noticed is that there doesn't appear to be a cooldown period between successive posts, and I suspect a lot of the duplicates are because folks hit the "Submit" button and don't get a response right away, so they press it again, which actually submits the post a second time.

Lots of other boards have a short period (30 seconds, 1 minute?) that someone must wait before submitting another post. This would significantly cut down on the number of duplicates.
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