a while back a member said emails were arriving late i have a different problem not bothered too much though .i get email notifications but when checking there is none
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Hi Snoopy, how unusual, I've never had any problems like that, Derek.
3 Feb, 2014
My GoY problem today is driving me mad! Each time I click on 'Seen' to a comment, instead of disappearing, the title of the blog/photo remains on my home page, as though as I have not 'Seen' it ... grrr!
Hi Shirley, after you have clicked on "seen" they do stay on until you go off your home page, if you click on questions or blogs or whatever, when you return to your home page, they will have gone, if you then click on your name, your news page will refresh and i you have new comments these will show up, but not neccessarily the same ones as before, Derek.
Oh thanks Derek, perhaps I am being too impatient today!
Hello Snoopy! I've had the same problems as Derekm. I have pms from ages ago that I've long since read but they still come up as unread! I realize that this is not an email issue but... I also have no flowers in my garden!? It says you have to link them so other people who have the same plants can see my list...but I've been unable to find out how that is done. I thought it happened automatically whenever I added flowers to my garden.
4 Feb, 2014
Hi Lorilyn, when you read your pms, do you click on seen ?, if you don't they continue to say unread, it's automatic if you reply by clicking the reply button, Derek.
I always use the reply button, Derek. I've been on here for 6 or 7 years...perhaps the notifications go back a ways...? When I moved back in 2010/11. I changed my goy name and started anew in a new garden... things get confused sometimes and I think it's because of the two different pages at the same address. (it's the "you have no flowers" thing that bothers me most.)
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