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"Fatal error"

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Mainly today, but I have experienced it before recently on this forum, whenever I try to edit a post, reply to a thread or post a new topic, it comes up with a "fatal error" message. The message however does still go through (thank god given the amount of time I spent on some recent posts) but you have to refresh or reload the website in order to continue browsing.

And edit, as I was posting the above, this is the message received.
Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_tag_list() in /home/busaustr/public_html/forum/includes/functions_posting.php on line 2629

No doubt as soon as I press submit to edit this post, the same message will come up.

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I just had that experience with a reply.
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Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_tag_list() in /home/busaustr/public_html/forum/includes/functions_posting.php on line 2629

just encountered that when I tried to edit a post about 2 minutes ago..
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Also encountered it on the previous post but it did work

And I added this as part of an edit to see if it also takes despite the message.
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I had this message twice last night when replying to two posts and its the first time this fatal error message has come up for me.And just had this message now replying to this post.
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i Believe this issue got caused by a Tapatalk Update last night.

Ive replaced this file with a "Vanilla " copy.
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Mr OC Benz wrote:Mainly today, but I have experienced it before recently on this forum, whenever I try to edit a post, reply to a thread or post a new topic, it comes up with a "fatal error" message. The message however does still go through (thank god given the amount of time I spent on some recent posts) but you have to refresh or reload the website in order to continue browsing.
If I am composing any lengthy text anywhere on the net, I compose it in Word, then copy & paste into the web form. Saves lots of angst, and as an added advantage, do a spell check in Word to pick up those inevitable typos.

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