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Jan 14, 2021 05:35AM MinusTwo wrote:
Mods - FOURTH time for this glitch in as many days. I'm using a Dell desktop if it makes any difference.
Scenario: reading a thread in 'my favorites'. FInish & hit "back to top". Then hit Favorites to go to the next thread. Everything is stuck. Won't move forward, won't move back. I can't even 'sign out'. All four times I finally just closed out thread with it stuck thinking & still logged on.
Anyone else? Any thoughts?
Jan 14, 2021 05:51AM MinusTwo wrote:
Mods: It just happened again & dumped me from BCO. Here's the message that came up on my screen.
Jan 14, 2021 06:00AM MinusTwo wrote:
Oh no- as usual anything I paste doesn't work. Here's what the message said:
500 Internal Server Error. If you are the administrator of this website, then please read this web application's log file and/or the web server's log file to find out what went wrong.
Jan 14, 2021 06:02AM Moderators wrote:
It happened once to us but since we have not been able to replicate that problem. Can you say which what device, browser and operating system are you using?
Jan 14, 2021 06:04AM MinusTwo wrote:
Yup - Asus desk top computer. Windows 10. Firefox browser. All with current software upgrades.
Jan 14, 2021 08:15AM Moderators wrote:
We are having trouble replicating the tech issue that you describe using the same device and operating system, etc. Can you try to clear your cookies and see if that helps? Keep us posted.
Jan 14, 2021 11:34AM MinusTwo wrote:
Mods - my system is set to delete cookies whenever I log off - which is every single night. I'll let you know if it happens again.
Jan 20, 2021 07:19AM - edited Jan 20, 2021 08:09AM by Marguin
Is it possible to add an ER +, PR -, HER2 - section similar to the Triple negative section and HER2 + section?
I believe roughly 15% of initial diagnoses are +,-,- and I've noticed similarities such as high onco type scores compared to +,+,- and lots of questions pertaining to treatment, recurrence, etc. of estrogen-only fueled cancer.
I have bookmarked about 12 or 15 + threads pertaining to this diagnosis and am happy to send the thread names so they can be consolidated.
Thanks for considering this request.
Jan 20, 2021 10:01AM Beesie wrote:
I think part of the reason that it's so hard to find the threads we are looking for is because there are too many forums.
That said, it's interesting that we have a HER2+ forum and a triple negative forum, but we don't have an Hormone (ER and/or PR) Positive forum. Is it assumed that all the ER+/PR+ people just hang out in the Hormone Therapy forum? I'd think there are some issues/concerns for this group that aren't specific to hormone therapy,
ER+/PR-/HER2- (which is my diagnosis too, and I wish it was easier to find all the relevant threads) is a subset of Hormone positive, but with some unique issues and concerns. The same is true for ER-/PR+/HER2-, which is more unusual but I know there are a few threads floating around, although I'd have no idea where to find them.
Is it possible to create sub-categories within forums? That could be a way to consolidate and reduce the number of forums, making it easier for people to land in the right place and find what they are looking for, but would still allow for sub-categories for any subtypes or issues that warrant multiple threads because of different issues and concerns (recognizing that some subtypes/issues might be fine to have a single thread within a forum).
If someone wants to see if it's possible to create sub-categories, I'd offer up that the "DCIS plus HER2-positive Microinvasion" forum could be moved under the HER2+ forum. Having an HER2+ microinvasion raises some unique questions and issues but it is an extremely narrowly defined diagnosis which really doesn't warrant it's own forum; this seems to be supported by the fact that no one has posted in that forum in 7 months.