Can't create discussion

Hello,

I get the following error when I attempt to create a discussion in any other section:

Access Denied

You don't have permission to access "http://studentcommunity.ansys.com/topic/create/" on this server.

Reference #18.cdfc0a17.1561245718.f897c6b

 

Comments

  • RobRob UKForum Coordinator
    edited June 2019

    And weirdly this didn't show up until today.  Try clearing the browser cache and/or use a different one, that seems to fix most problems. From checking there's nothing in the moderation list and no flags against your ID. 

    Edit: I've even had to approve my own post! Is the site still blocking you?

  • RaphaelRaphael Member
    edited June 2019

    Still not working. I tried clearing the cache and Google Chrome (I was originally on Pale Moon, a Firefox variant). Nothing worked. All of this was today after your reply.

    If you had to approve your own post then I assume it's not just me.

  • DrAmineDrAmine GermanyForum Coordinator
    edited June 2019

    I needed to approve your last post. Sometimes this is required...

  • RaphaelRaphael Member
    edited June 2019

    However my inability to create discussions in other sections remains. Is there something that can be done about this?

    Alternatively, maybe I could post the intended text here or send it in a message and someone could post it in the appropriate forum on my behalf?

    Or could I post it as a discussion here and a mod/admin could move it to the appropriate section?

  • RobRob UKForum Coordinator
    edited June 2019

    You can try that. I'll flag your ID internally to see if there's a problem with it. 

  • joaoalvesjoaoalves Member
    edited April 16

    Hello,

     

    I get the following error when I attempt to create a discussion in any other section:

    Sorry, an error occurred while processing your request.

     

    does anyone know why?

    Thanks

  • RobRob UKForum Coordinator
    edited April 17

    If you're posting a long message break it up, and if you're using ( )  switch to [ ] as there's some syntax that causes problems [do NOT ask why.....]. 

  • joaoalvesjoaoalves Member
    edited April 17

    No, the problem existed when I clicked start discussion but today it is already working! Thank you!

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