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KevD

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Problem making a comment on an RNRA page
« on: 05 May 2022 09:45:44 am »

I recently tried (several times, as it said 'try again') without success to make a comment on this page; http://www.royalnavyresearcharchive.org.uk/Article_HAGURO.htm#.YnN2t0BRU2z

That is, after filling in all the required details, and then some, when I went to submit it told me I was "missing a security token". (see attachment below).

What is a security token and how does one get one?

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“We are off to look for trouble. I expect we shall find it.” Capt. Tennant, HMS Repulse. 8 December 1941
“A review of the situation at about 1100 was not encouraging.” Capt. Gordon, HMS Exeter. 1 March 1942

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Re: Problem making a comment on an RNRA page
« Reply #1 on: 07 May 2022 10:43:17 am »

Well, having now sent several massages as asked to on the RNAR page (and posted here as below advises) all I get in reply each time is the following, but still no follow-up.

What gives? How does one get a 'reaction'?

Kevin

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“We are off to look for trouble. I expect we shall find it.” Capt. Tennant, HMS Repulse. 8 December 1941
“A review of the situation at about 1100 was not encouraging.” Capt. Gordon, HMS Exeter. 1 March 1942
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