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Drawing feature has a glitch? Hmm. :/ Sometimes I need to move the drawing board to see a question or write a reply. I have no problem clicking on the blue heading to move it; the issue is removing it from the mouse! The drawing board becomes stuck to the mouse pointer. This happens every time I go to move it. I can not click off of it or "place it down" to a desired area. The page works fine. It's more-or-less the feature itself. I've refreshed the page countless times to have another go at it, but it does the same thing. It's a bit of an issue.

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This can be very annoying when you spend time drawing something then end up having to close it. The admins are aware of the issue and are working on solving it. For now, if it ever happens to you, right click>Move mouse off the screen>Click in the white area.
^ What he said.
I thought it was only me. -_-

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