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It seems it happened again. I tried again to post my bug report. I assume it has to do with this special subforum and my user.
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I can second that: i tried to read your post and got the "too many redirects" errors too.

For reference, my gear:

Firefox v56 (64-bit)
Linux (4.15.0-45-generic) x86_64

This is the thread in question: thread

I tried to remove the "#post303030218" part of the URL but that didn't help any.

Firefox' error message is:
Code:
The page isn't redirecting properly

Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete.

    This problem can sometimes be caused by disabling or refusing to accept cookies.

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I have the same error but in Google Chrome browser. I can't open the thread by @stomp
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Originally Posted by stomp
It seems it happened again. I tried again to post my bug report. I assume it has to do with this special subforum and my user.
Hey stomp,

Wow... you are amazing at finding strange things.

I could reproduce the "too many redirects error" in the Admin forum but I cannot exactly figure out what is triggering it. I tried deleting the bbcode, changing the order in the post and finally was able to get it to post if it removed the word "post" from the end of the thread title. I could reproduce that most of the time, but not always. There are no PHP errors, or DB errors, so my guest it is a bug in the DragonByte SEO plugin which does the URL rewriting and redirection, somehow combined with the world "post" somehow... but I'm not sure how or why.

In the meantime, I've posted your original bug report on the duplicate blank lines issue, which I cannot yet reproduce, in the UG and you can see that in this posts all blank lines work fine; but I'll look into it in more detail later.

Great bug hunting! Thanks!

Thanks and Cheers!
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