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argyrw's picture
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I can share the 2029 in scientist and not left me to share in my group why? that say that I have many solutions I have delete and for two sides the solution but nothing not left me to share the solution.

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sharing problems on 2029

I'm also having problems with sharing on puzzle 2029. It seems like the number of group shares allowed is not correct. I'll investigate further.

Edit: it's actually puzzle 2027 that's the problem for me, see my response to jflat06 below.

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How many are you usually able

How many are you usually able to share? I see a value of 10 on the server-side.

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AlphaFold shares count as group shares?

Ten group shares is normal.

On 2027, I deleted *all* my group shares, and it still wouldn't let me upload a new save.

Then I gradually deleted my AlphaFold shares. After I got it down to 8 or 9 AlphaFold shares, I was able to upload a share to group.

It's not clear if there's a limit on the number of AlphaFold shares, I was well over 10 shared. Maybe there's a crossed wire between AlphaFold and group shares.

I haven't hit the same limit on 2029, just haven't shared that much.

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Thanks

Thanks Loci, we think we have fixed this now.

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seems fixed

Thanks, now I'm able to share with group normally, without worrying about AF shares.

I didn't see an update, so I guess the magic happened on the Foldit server.

Thanks to argyrw for spotting the problem.

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