I've just posted a response on this thread: https://forums.oracle.com/thread/2556149
Go to that page and you'll see the at the top it (currently) says "Latest reply: 02-Jul-2013 11:17 by ChrisHunt". But if you scroll down the post, my reply is not displayed.
Curiously, it is displayed if you locate the thread in https://forums.oracle.com/community/developer/english/oracle_database/sql_and_pl_sql and click on "Expand".
I'm not that worried about the world being denied access to my deathless prose, but thought this bug should be reported somewhere. just hoping that this post is visible...
I was also going to complain about this, but eventually the post appeared. So I changed it to the question about "branched," thinking it might be related. What is Branched to a new discussion.
It's as visible as your reply to https://forums.oracle.com/thread/2556149
It might be visible to you, but I still can't see it. It's not just my reply either. That thread's now saying "10 Replies Latest reply: 03-Jul-2013 06:40 by BillyVerreynne", but I can't see anything beyond the first seven posts.
I am afflicted with IE, since it's a work PC, but browser choice should't matter, should it?
Is this one of those "features" that I'm supposed to be embracing instead of whining about?
Chris, I saw you posting yesterday (calling shenanigans on it) - and thought it was an apt call to make.
I read it again today, saw the new posting to the thread and decided to respond to it (and your post was still visible when I responded).
Could be a potential browser issue...can you perhaps install Firefox/Chrome and see if there is a difference? Will help in isolating the problem.
Also check if Quirks Mode is enabled in IE. I have run into some weird issues with my Apex development (doing a lot of custom JQuery stuff) with IE - that went mostly away when I used Quirks Mode.
Sadly, I'm not allowed to install a decent browser on this PC. If I find time, I'll try again when I get home. I have tried using Chrome on my mobile to view it, with the same result.
I suspect the problem is being caused by some table markup that I brought across when I cut & pasted from the original Oracle article, but I can't do anything about it if I can't see the post!
Incidentally, I get the same problem whether or not I'm logged in to the forum system.