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When I issue a warning my page always reloads it seems.

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Oh wait it didn't that time.
What a fibber. This'll happen if you take longer than ~2 minutes to write the warning. Basically, having a javascript dialog/alert/prompt box open stops all page execution while it is up. And when our server doesn't hear from your page for ~2 minutes, then it'll issue a command to reload. This is how pages automatically reload when we do a release, and is generally "a good thing."
Omg wait. We can't warn admins?

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That is why it didn't work. lol
;) I'm UNSTOPPABLE
lol.
ok so you are right it seems. it didn't reload that time. lol

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