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Hi the save drafts module saves the story description for the front page but don't save the main story or the title is there a fix for this ?

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    The draft module is bugged at this moment only because Pligg CMS itself is a bit buggy. Pligg should be displaying the saved story content (description area) when you load a saved story, but it does not due to an issue with the description field not auto-filling with saved data correctly. A similar bug related to this issue is that if you fail to enter a required field on step 2 and try to submit the story, it will give you an error and when you go back the description area will be blank again. We are aware of this bug and hope to resolve it in a future update to Pligg CMS.

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    ah ok thanks i can wait :)

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