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NormHal Oct 4, 2022

  1. NormHal

    NormHal TrainBoard Member

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    A bunch of us have been collaborating on a model railway project for just over 9 months and today all of a sudden two of us could no longer see or access the conversation. I was the originator of the conversation so it's not as if I have been "kicked off" :) Subsequently, the one other participant is now able to see the conversation, but I am still not.

    Is there a problem that you are aware of, and how can I get re-instated?

    Thanks!
    Norman Halland (normhal)
     
  2. BoxcabE50

    BoxcabE50 HOn30 & N Scales Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    Nothing is wrong with your membership status. (y)

    Is the topic "Nextion...?" I see you have posted there since this topic. Not sure what happened, if anything.
     
  3. NormHal

    NormHal TrainBoard Member

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    Thanks, the conversation was "Extensions to Dave Bodnar's original Nextion Throttle", and was started around December 2021 IIRC. There were just over 121 pages to the conversation, and I understand from two of the other members that they can still "see" it. I've asked that they try to communicate with each other on it and report back to me?
     
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    BoxcabE50 HOn30 & N Scales Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    NormHal TrainBoard Member

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    The link above is the very first one I created back in 2017(???) sometime. The one which has gone is definitely as I mentioned above. One of my colleagues (who is a member of the missing conversation) sent me a link to what he can still see this morning. Bear with me a bit and I'll see if I can forward it to you:)
     
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  7. sidney

    sidney TrainBoard Member

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    yup i get an error as well
     
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    NormHal TrainBoard Member

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    I'm not following you... This is/was a conversation I set up around December 2021 and there were four members (3 "guests" and myself). All of a sudden, I can no longer see the conversation, and one of the existing "guests" still can. He forwarded the link to me to see if I could open the conversation as it still does for him... which I can't. Yes, I understand the "owner" and invited guests are the only ones who have access to the non-public conversation:), but I am the owner, and I can no longer see or access it:-(
     
  11. BoxcabE50

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    What it means is that as a "conversation", nobody but you and those few friends specifically included can or could ever see it. It is absolutely private. Not even Staff can access it. Therefore we can do nothing to help out. It means this is not a malfunction on the part of TrainBoard. That about the only possibility is that you accidentally "left" the conversation. (If others can still see it, the data is not lost.) A possibility here is if one of those who still sees this specific conversation can "Invite" you back in again. :(
     
  12. NormHal

    NormHal TrainBoard Member

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    Thanks, I'll ask them to invite me back ... Let's hope they want me
     
  13. NormHal

    NormHal TrainBoard Member

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    Evidently I'm still listed as being a participant in the conversation, so I can't be invited...
     
  14. sidney

    sidney TrainBoard Member

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    dont ya just love technology.........(y)
     
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    It loaded for me and I posted in it
     

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