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10/06/11 13:32:27 (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #18870, comment 4

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    1 No, I'm not talking about the success message (obviously that's wrong to say "published" when it's only saved as a draft.) 
     1This is not about the success message, very obviously it is wrong in saying "published". But the other bug reports are making the wrong assumption that "nothing is happening". 
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    3 My point is that the post actually gets saved, it ''actually gets inserted into the database'' with draft status. But it is unreachable afterwards through regular UI means, because it doesn't show up in the posts table. Only if you remember its ID or if it's linked in the media library through an attachment you can edit it. 
     3The post ''actually gets inserted into the database'' with draft status, you can confirm that by checking the SQL database. The post just does not show up in the posts overview table. 
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     5And if it's not in the posts table, it is quite unreachable afterwards through regular UI means. Only if you go back with the browser back button, remember its ID, or if it's linked in the media library through an attachment you can edit it.