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sundown
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Membership lookup problem

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URL error message when looking up a member with the "Members" link & logged in.

Object not found!

The requested URL was not found on this server. The link on the referring page seems to be wrong or outdated. Please inform the author of that page about the error.

If you think this is a server error, please contact the webmaster.
Error 404
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Re: Membership lookup problem

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Works fine here.
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Here too (same as ssolie) and I've viewed it from time to time over the years

You don't say what Browser etc either so not sure how you'll establish any pattern of conflict ;) I do think however you might have just decided it was a universal error, still get it?
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Re: Membership lookup problem

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While I am able to search for a member, the jump to a letter feature has always given me a 404.
I am on Origyn Web Browser 1.9 (06.08.2010)
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Well I'll be, the letter search function does return the error

BUT using my Beta Testing instincts ;) I've discovered if you change the & in the search string (regardless of letter or # sign you click on) to a ? instead and press return the search engine proceeds as intended :ugeek:
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Noticed this ages ago, didn't mention it as I thought it may be a security change. Stop bots from harvesting stuff.
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