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Does anyone else experience this?

1) Click Ask Question

2) Type question but stop typing halfway

3) The 'Questions that may already have your answer" generates

4) Finish typing question

6) Without clicking anywhere or pressing tab, click one of the 'related questions'.

I find that it refreshes and a link you thought you have clicked may not be there when the 'new results' load

I've finally figured it out, I've been losing the links and have to find which word combination the (ajax?) questions loaded to find what I had seen.. Would you consider this an issue?

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I am not clear what happened when you did that. To me, it opened a new tab containing the question I clicked upon. – kiamlaluno Sep 28 '12 at 3:18
If related questions load and you type more, and the updated related questions do not load: once you go to click on an 'old' link, the new links refresh and the link you wanted is gone. That's what happens to me – d-_-b Sep 28 '12 at 3:20
This bug becomes more obvious with the following steps: (Using Firefox) 1. type a title until the list appears; 2. Scroll down in the list - the title field keeps the focus; 3. try to click on a link -> you'll miss it. – oberlies Sep 28 '12 at 13:43
up vote 2 down vote accepted

Starting with the next build if you try and click on a link (that is your mouse is over a suggested question link), we won't load new suggestions when the title box loses focus (which is one of the triggers for loading new suggestions).

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awesome! thanks! – d-_-b Oct 2 '12 at 23:29

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