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Unable To Get Past Web Form Validation for Registering for Events Like the Brown Symposium

When trying to register for an event (or promotion, or mailing list, etc.) through Southwestern's website, you are eventually prompted to enter a multi-character, randomly-generated code. If, for some reason, this code doesn’t work the first time, it still will not work after you go back and try again.

After you go back to the page on which you entered the code, you must refresh the page to generate a new code. Once a code has been used, successfully or otherwise, it is immediately invalidated. Going back to the submission page, however, does not generate a new code, so you will only see the already-invalid code. Refreshing the page (by pressing F5 in most PC browsers or Command-R in most Macintosh browsers) will cause a new code to be generated, allowing you to continue normally.
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