FWIW, I tried to report probably the same post(s), and couldn't either. I am also on Desktop.
EDIT: Just for further clarification: I do not see the option to report anywhere, it's an issue of being hidden or hard to find. It's not that I can find it and the button doesn't work.
So there was a software update within that time window that may be responsible for this. Unfortunately I haven't found anything online about a bug or patch for this issue so it's going to require deeper investigation. Apologies for the annoyance! In the meantime, the best way to get ahold of me if TMD messaging isn't working is probably Twitter. ( @tmdBrassMan)
@FORCEOFNATURE the "report post" button should be in a menu you see when you click on the little three-dots icon on the lower right of a post. I'm seeing now that this menu doesn't even appear on mobile - I wouldn't be shocked if these issues all had the same root cause
@nucleosynth I can see "Flag this post for moderation" on other people's posts, but not my own. I'm not sure if that's because I'm looking at my own post, or because I'm an admin. ... can anyone else confirm they're seeing similar behavior? (e.g. you can see "bookmark post" but not "flag post") - try looking at one of your own posts, and one of my posts, and someone else's posts.
@ChubbyRain is this what you saw? Did the "flag post" button not work, or was it just missing entirely? If people can't see this, it might be a permissions issue rather than a code issue ... makes it easier for me to investigate
I had the Same issues for about a month until about a week ago. I'm always on mobile, either Android or iOS. I could only login and that was it. I couldn't use any features whatsoever which is mostly why I would visit the FB group more than here. Everything works for me now though.. so far.
I had formatting problems (as in lot of & and text markers) that required to reload the page multile times to fix and some buttons weren't working.
It's not happening anymore, but now if one enlarges the chat windows it covers only a tiny portion of the screen at the top.