Ding! We have a winner... and a fool. Thanks! I'm using the Classic Discussion System.
Thanks. I use an ordinary connection: PC behind consumer router. I'll wait for other comments; as a last resort, I'll try upgrading Firefox (risking broken plugins; Opera is current already).
I'm sorry for posting OT (and such a stupid question, too), but my mod points will expire soon. If there's a better place to ask, please let me know (I don't think it rates as an FAQ suggestion.)
I have recently gotten mod points for the first time.
I see the dropdown box under comments. I select, say, Insightful on a +3 posting. But the score does not change.
I tried reloading, waiting overnight and 2 browsers (Firefox and current Opera; Linux). For testing, I allowed all scripts.
How is it supposed to work? Just the dropdown box, and as soon as you select an entry, the moderation takes effect?
I'd be grateful for any helpful suggestions about what I'm doing wrong. I have read the FAQ and moderation guidelines.
Well, I hope that they would insist on looking very closely at the source code before they sign anything (and that the hardening would be a joint effort by vendor and customer).
TFA specifies once that in truth, they are looking at tablets, not just iPads. Than it's back to Apple this and iPad that. If it indeed is a forgone conclusion, they should have explained why. That's some mighty fine journalism, there. Also, they mention iOS isn't certified yet; don't know if any tablet is.
Maybe Computer Science should be in the College of Theology. -- R. S. Barton