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I tried to answer a couple of headphone related questions on Super User. Once I pasted in an Amazon url, and the answer did not appear; None of my answers made since actually appear as answers on the question. What did I do wrong?

Here's some of the Questions. If you see a reply by me, then it's something messed up on my side:

I had another open but I closed it. My user page doesn't show recent posts. But I did manage to shorten one answer to a comment:

I did manage to edit this post:

Coming back to this 10 hours later, things work normally. Whatever it was that prevented me from posting is gone. I was using Safari 4.0.3 on OS X 10.6 for the curious.

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Can you post some links to the questions. – ChrisF Sep 14 '09 at 8:22
Have you tried it with different browsers? – Ladybug Killer Sep 14 '09 at 8:25
You're on what OS using what browser? – random Sep 14 '09 at 10:06

Testing an Amazon URL.

Works. Looks like your problem has nothing to do with Amazon :-)

Test without superfluous stuff. Even shorter.

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Actually I deleted the SEO part so it became:… – dlamblin Sep 14 '09 at 8:36

Once you click "post your answer", do you see the list of answers? If not, make sure you do, otherwise, you may be asked to enter a CAPTCHA. If you can see the list of answers, but your answer is not there, you need to email the team at the link at the bottom of every SU page.

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I do see all the other answers, but not mine. I never hit a captcha, which normally I get every other answer or so. – dlamblin Sep 14 '09 at 8:26

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