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The_Carpet_Frog

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On Aces rubber duck thread I tried to vote no but when I clicked submit it just seemed to reload the page. I had to answer the thread as "normal" ??
 

Martok

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Your vote of no has worked. The attendees show with their names and avatars below the initial event information. Below this there's an "The following users have RSVP'd "No":" section which shows those who can't attend. These names are shown without avatars and your name is displayed there, along with mine.

So don't worry, it has worked. :)
 

The_Carpet_Frog

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Ah yeah,
A question though, is the text box just above the "Yes, Maybe, No" radio buttons not working?
 

HaloJ

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Ah yeah,
A question though, is the text box just above the "Yes, Maybe, No" radio buttons not working?
Nope, that works too but I don't think as you expect.

The comment text box applies a single comment to your yes, no, maybe status. This comment is viewable when you hover over the username within the yes,no,maybe status area.

The rest of the event is just a normal thread just with a fancy "event" style header.
 

The_Carpet_Frog

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OMG its all a bit too clever innit lol
 

The_Carpet_Frog

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Also I shall in future try any "errors" on the laptop as this excuse of a browser on the PS3 is pants, just cant be arsed to bootup the LapTop.
 
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