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[BUG]: Forum Summary shows incorrect "Last Post" following comment deletion

[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/feedback/bug-much-happening-freebies-moment-pictures-post-1-1104610?p=13325861 ]

When I raised my concerns that most of my past "Feedback" threads had been marked as "Expired" in my absence from the site two months ago, I was asked recently by HeroDeveloper to create new "Feedback" threads for every issue I had previously reported where I felt that the individual issue had not been resolved.

So, continuing from my previous thread:
"[BUG]: Threads without any comments missing member's name / Incorrect comment count / Incorrect Last Post details after comment deletion"
[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/feedback/bug-threads-without-any-comments-missing-member-s-name-incorrect-comment-count-incorrect-867545 ]

The thread below is currently shown on the first page of the [discussed] threads in the (Text only) Forum Summary for the "Feedback" Forum:

"How To Post and Host Images For Thread Submissions, Comments & Replies"
[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/feedback/how-to-post-and-host-images-for-thread-327598 ]
(Posted by rayman 2 years, 10 months ago)

The "Last Post" text reads "11 hours, 1 minute ago by fanpages".
[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/feedback/how-to-post-and-host-images-for-thread-327598?p=12555511#post12555511 ]

However, the last comment (#27) is dated "Oct 21, 2011 16:44".

I suspect a more recent comment was posted (just over 11 hours ago) & then removed by the member or by a Moderator.



Edited By: fanpages on Jan 07, 2012 09:57: Added thread title to top of comment
That's a silly bug. I'll add this to the queue. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. :)
That's a silly bug. I'll add this to the queue. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. :)

It has been mentioned before, on a number of occasions, actually, so you may find it bundled with another.

However, this is probably why you have now asked for one thread/one issue.

Good luck with finding the rogue code (read: Developer) :)


This should be fixed for all comments from here on out. It won't be retroactive though. If you want to update a thread to the proper date, you must undelete and delete again the most recent post (Mods only I think). Rest Easy, Citizens.

P.S. I fixed the particular thread you were mentioning, if there are any other threads you'd like me to fix just drop the URL in here.
Thanks H'D.

I spotted one just this evening:

"Bring back AWT thread", the "Last Post" is presently recorded as "1 hour, 23 minutes ago by Jumpingphil".

Phil last commented on "Jan 10, 2012 23:59".


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