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Hi all.

I have a little page issue for you to look at on here.

If I go to Forum > Topics > Others and then scroll to the bottom and select either next or go to page 2 it doesn't quite look right.

I see the header for what should be page 2 but no content. That's OK if there is not enough content for a page 2 but then I see the latest news headlines.

It looks like a user has been chucked out of the forum back to the front\news pages.

Only a cosmetic comment.

Keep up the great work. Really don't know how you all find the time.

Regards Ray

You are right

You are right. I can reproduce this issue. My guess is that it's either a bug or a result of Susan deleting/"unpublishing" lots of spam from the forum. Up until recently there was a massive issue with spam, including in the forums.

The corporate media seems

The corporate media seems preoccupied with a bug in GNU Bash. It predicts gloom and doom, just as it did when there was a bug in OpenSSL that Microsoft partners dubbed "heartbleed" (although not so much actually happened in terms of damages).

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