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Hello,

Whenever I make posts in the blog section, it lists the post as a draft. How do I change this?

Thank you,

Cali

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We seem to be having this issues with some accounts.

 

Have you had a blog previously?

 

Do you have an option for "publish"?

 

Do you have more than 1 draft?

 

 

Until this is worked out, Peter has been going in with his Super Powers and publishing them.

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I've had blogs before. When I edit a post, the only option is "submit changes". In new entries, it says "post new entry". There doesn't seem to be an option to post a draft. All of my blog posts are in "draft" mode here. I have more than one blog and more than one post. All posts show up as a draft.

Thank you!

Cali

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This seems to be happening to people who have had blogs before.

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I'm not sure I understand the correlation. What would a bug in the system have to do with someone having had a blog before?

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I'm not sure I understand the correlation. What would a bug in the system have to do with someone having had a blog before?

I don't know either. It's just an interesting fact for the people who can fix the system to consider. Perhaps a system upgrade messed up people with previous blogs in some way.

For what I know of computers - it could be that the gerbil that runs the " publish blog" wheel has run off. :)

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Cali, you have five draft items, three dated June 28, one July 15 and one July 16. I will publish all of them for you in the order they were updated, but they will all show as published today in a very short period of time.

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@Kareng :-) & thanks for steering me here.

@psawyer thank you. Is there anything in particular that I need to do to publish them in the future?

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We don't know why this happens, so we don't have any idea how to prevent it.

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I am checking into the root cause now with the board makers...

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Ok, they figured out the issue, and it happened with a recent upgrade. The issue should now be resolved.

Scott

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