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Thread: Overly common words in thread titles

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    Robot1 Overly common words in thread titles

    I thought I was going mad for a while. Turns out I'm still sane... or am I?

    If you use more than one overly common word in the thread title (we found "good", "question", and "nice") the thread is unable to post. However, instead of displaying an error message, it just displays a blank screen due to an internal sever error.

    http://www.kirupa.com/forum/showthread.php?t=349066

    Anything you could take a look at, Kirupa?
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    Interesting - I'll look into that!

    Do you know for how long that has been occurring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirupa View Post
    Do you know for how long that has been occurring?
    No idea. It's possible it has been occurring for a while, but perhaps I used to assume that on the odd event that the blank screen appeared, it was because of all the "forum problems" back in the day (of which I thank you for fixing ).

    But maybe it is only recent, I really cannot say for certain.
    Blog article of the month: Why My One Line 'if' Statements Are Unusual
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    GitHub: IQAndreas

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    An old anti-spam throwback, perhaps?

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    The only thing that could have caused this problem is the Related Threads functionality being turned on. I can try fiddling with that a bit and seeing why it is happening.

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    Ok, this should be fixed. I simply added some of these common words to a blacklist so that they don't get used as keywords for the similar threads feature

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