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 Post Count going backward
hey friends!

we have a bit of a glitch on our site that only seems to be affecting the new accounts in the last few weeks, and I'm not sure why it's suddenly started to happen. No settings have been changed in about 6 months haha.

Basically whenever anyone posts, instead of getting 1 post in their count they get -1 posts. We've had to go in and manually change the post counts and even after that the posts don't go up - they just stay on the number we had to change them to.

Does anyone know what could be causing this? I've checked all the settings for each forum and member group and like i said, nothing has been changed since we opened the site and it only affects new accounts!

thanks in advance c:

our site is: milkshake!
#, I'm not sure if it will do anything - but maybe try converting from CFS to Jcink's HTML templates.

With the new HTML templates going into beta for everyone, there's no reason to continue using the script.

This post has been edited by CamilleNicole: Apr 12 2017, 07:19 PM
CFS has nothing to do with OP's problem.

I would test the following:

1. Create a new account
2. Post in a forum - does the postcount go negative? does it increase?

If it does/doesn't, let me know and link me to the post.

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