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How to write on the forum, I want to send a post, but after sending the post, about 5-10 seconds, the post has just been sent and there is a big problem. The post should be sent immediately.
Is this a problem with version 3.3.12 when it takes a long time to post?
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pawel456 wrote: Sun Jun 16, 2024 7:26 pm How to write on the forum, I want to send a post, but after sending the post, about 5-10 seconds, the post has just been sent and there is a big problem. The post should be sent immediately.
Is this a problem with version 3.3.12 when it takes a long time to post?
Not on my testboards.
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warmweer wrote: Sun Jun 16, 2024 8:17 pm
pawel456 wrote: Sun Jun 16, 2024 7:26 pm How to write on the forum, I want to send a post, but after sending the post, about 5-10 seconds, the post has just been sent and there is a big problem. The post should be sent immediately.
Is this a problem with version 3.3.12 when it takes a long time to post?
Not on my testboards.
So why is there a problem and what is the reason? What I wrote about takes a long time to load after sending the post.
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pawel456 wrote: Mon Jun 17, 2024 5:04 am So why is there a problem and what is the reason? What I wrote about takes a long time to load after sending the post.
OK, this is confusing now.

Are you referring to your board or to this phpBB board?
I don't experience any lag on posting nor on loading on my testboards, nor on this board.

That leads me to suspect that the issue you're referring to occurs on your board.

You mention 3.3.12 so I suspect you're referring to a version update of your board.
Did you try clearing board and browser cache?
Perhaps the database could be optimised?

BTW: Send post is not an informative topic title.
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It may cause protections on some servers to take a long time to send. Maybe an external spam protection was in use. But if you get an error afterwards, there might be a problem. Maybe you should check the php settings.
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Could be something like mod_security or if you have Cloudflare, which halil16 alluded to.
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