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If we'd supply a unique id for each comment session, could this be used to reject or warn about accidental reposts?

Sure, a nonce ( https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Session_Management#Page_and_Form_Tokens , Cryptographic nonce, Plack::Middleware::CSRFBlock ) should prevent double posting where the content isn't identical (identical duplicates should already be rejected)

I'm sure tye gods already thought of it when adding "prevent identical duplicates" feature and rejected it for some reason :)

... disabled ... Am I missing something?

so to prevent duplicates, a new database table/column is born?

I doubt that would be useful, I doubt "Nodes to consider" gets that much traffic , traffic for duplicates...


In reply to Re: Avoiding accidential reposts by Anonymous Monk
in thread Avoiding accidential reposts by LanX

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