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I do a lot on my cellphone (windows 8.1) and every time I attempt to post I get taken to the csrf error page, if I go back occasionally it will post but usually not. Kind of frustrating, any idea why this happens?
 
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Sometimes you get that if your internet connection has changed during the writing of your reply. Say you click 'reply' while on WiFi, but then submit your reply on your mobile data connection. Or if you've lost data connectivity altogether at some point while writing the reply.
 
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I don't think that's the problem I'm only roaming no WiFi
 
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Maybe tower transition/fringe signal areas? This is more of an issue when traveling greater than residential area speeds (25mph or so).
 
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Dropping in and out of signal reception is probably the most likely cause. I tend to see these most often when I'm travelling on the train to or from work and I see them on both mobile and laptop so it's not necessarily a mobile device thing, just a mobile location thing.
 
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That said. If you can identify a specific pattern or are able to reproduce it on demand then I'd like to hear about that.
 
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Well I'm sitting still in my truck and it goes to the error page as soon as I hit submit then I wait 15-20 seconds and hit back then wait as it says saving down the bottom leave it a minute then refresh twice to see if its posted, Now I've worked out how to get around it its okish
 
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Thaks for making permies "mobile device friendly" or whatever the term is. I can't use most other farm sites unless I go to the library and log on an old fashioned desk top. The fact that I'm ahead of the tech curve is rather scary. I'm barely tech literate. Again, thanks for making it easy.
 
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