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Has any one found a way to get rid of that Red Annoying red banner error? There was an error with

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There was an error with your operation. If you were trying to make a change, it may not have saved///blah blah blah

 

Clearing cookies and cache is not an answer as it does not work.

 

Thanks!

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Has any one found a way to get rid of that Red Annoying red banner error? There was an error with

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I hate that error banner!!  I manage a lot of accounts and get it on a few of them regularly. I haven't learned a trick to get rid of the banner.  If it keeps happening, I usually switch over to editor. 

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Thanks Shanee at least I know it is not just me. I just started getting this few months ago. I can still edit and save but it is PITA as it is distracting to say the least

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Has any one found a way to get rid of that Red Annoying red banner error? There was an error with

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I agree!!  So annoying.  I usually find that it's gone the next day.  And, it doesn't happen on all accounts either.  I can't figure out a pattern.

Has any one found a way to get rid of that Red Annoying red banner error? There was an error with

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Just to add.  It seems to happen only when I try to use a filter of some sort.  But, other than that no pattern.

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It happens every time I log into my account and it does this on all browsers.

no matter how many times I dismiss it and reload the page it will come right back

Firefox, browser of choice, keeps no web history so there is no cache and no cookies.

It even does it on a new computer right out of the box so I'm a bit mystified.