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Autumn

(45,120 posts)
18. Thanks for this tip. I've noticed lately that when I post a video it does that.
Tue Jan 29, 2019, 11:09 AM
Jan 2019

I didn't remember it happening previously and just thought it was a new software thing or something my chrome book that replaced my Toshiba was doing .

ppl who own twitter stock might frizz out but the rest of us thank you lol nt msongs Jan 2019 #1
What looks ugly to me is a link from Twitter that has 2, 3, or even more of the same tweet. Hoyt Jan 2019 #2
My guess on that one is a bug in the DU software, not something that the poster of the link has mr_lebowski Jan 2019 #8
Thanks. I wondered what caused it. Hoyt Jan 2019 #9
That happens when someone posts the links to *replies* to an original tweet.. Princess Turandot Jan 2019 #12
Yes that's it. Thanks. Seeing losers like that once, is more than enough. Hoyt Jan 2019 #15
Learned something new Midnightwalk Jan 2019 #3
Yay :) mr_lebowski Jan 2019 #6
Dumb question Midnightwalk Jan 2019 #10
Logical question ... Youtube is apparently a 'special case' to the DU software ... mr_lebowski Jan 2019 #11
I know that only because I know simple html markup. lunatica Jan 2019 #4
That's just, like, your opinion, man. LakeSuperiorView Jan 2019 #5
Jesus ... (nt) mr_lebowski Jan 2019 #7
lolololol obamanut2012 Jan 2019 #13
LOL! fleur-de-lisa Jan 2019 #22
Also the "utm" stuff is Facebook Recursion Jan 2019 #14
Thank you for this. WeekiWater Jan 2019 #16
thanks for the lesson 912gdm Jan 2019 #17
Thanks for this tip. I've noticed lately that when I post a video it does that. Autumn Jan 2019 #18
Look at all those votes for annoying. SMH. DontBooVote Jan 2019 #19
Catch more flies with honey? The message was actually helpful, the headline was not - so maybe seaglass Jan 2019 #20
I am perfectly willing to accept the assessment that I'm being annoying anal :) mr_lebowski Jan 2019 #21
Those URL strings don't "pay" Twitter. It's tracking code the publication uses. jpljr77 Jan 2019 #23
This is true, and yes, I posted a simplified explanation of the situation mr_lebowski Jan 2019 #24
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