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Post Editor Problems, In The Singapore Region, Continue

Now into its second month, we are getting reports of improperly loading post editor sessions, from bloggers in Singapore.
My edit/newpost page is screwed up, with buttons everywhere, and the button for posting pictures and videos's missing too ... I'm a Singapore user using SingNet.


This problem, apparently being related to your Internet service, can't be seen by Blogger, or by anybody but you (and your neighbours). If you don't report your problem, don't expect for it to go away. And possibly, you should be reporting the problem to your ISP too. And please, when reporting the problem at this end (either in Blogger Help Forum, or comments here), state explicitly whether you are in Singapore or the vicinity, and whether your ISP is SingNet (and neither implies the other, so answer both please).

Be part of The Solution, not of The Problem! First, check to ensure that you have selected the correct version of the post editor. Then, proceed to my private forum, The N Zone, where we may try to work on this problem ourselves.

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Layfon Lin said…
Hi, I too also a Singaporean using Singtel ISP user.. Like all others, my post page and everything in the settings page and the rest are all screwed.. My main problem is the settings page under 'Permissions' which i cant locate the save author button and the links to the individual pages are one liners and doesn't have the blogger background as what i have started blogging from the start..

Please please help to resolve the case as it is VERY irritating and annoyed by the problems everyday occurs and like there is no improvement to it..

Hope to see your reply soon.. Thanks..
disberg said…
Just found your Blog looking for information on Blogs Site Feed Urls.

Your site explicitly laid out what is was and also how to use it.

Just wanted to say thank you. I have bookmarked your blog and will give it a good read later on.

I have just started 2 Blogs, one on FreePress-Google and the other on Blogger dot com. Drop by if you have a moment.

Regards

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