Can you fix these weird bugs?

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Here's some weird bugs. Can you help?

This is a list of 100 people
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls024909306/
that goes from 1 to ... 99 (not 100) because there's a black hole around No 14. Whatever I do No 14 will appear twice in the list.

In this list
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls056593294/?ref_=otl_2
all the comments and the whole comment section disappeared a month ago, despite the list setting that allows comments.

Thank you in advance if you can help.

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Posted 3 weeks ago

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Hi minalex,

Thanks for reporting these issues. I've forwarded this information to our engineering team to investigate further.

We'll update this thread once we receive further information.

Thanks in advance for your patience.
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Hi minalex,

I've confirmed with our engineering team that the list numbering issue is now resolved.

Regarding the Facebook comments issue, can you please provide us with a screenshot of the list settings to confirm that commenting has been enabled?

Thanks in advance.
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Thank you for confirming. Please try disabling comments and select "Save", then re-enable comments and select "Save".
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I tried that (and I had tried it in the past), I'm very experienced with lists. The only thing that changes is that when I don't allow comments the white gap you see in the printscreen image disappears. So the gap is there because I allow comments but somehow the comment section and the existing comments are not loaded I guess.


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Thanks, minalex.

I've reached out to our engineering team for further investigation.

Thanks for your continued patience.