It's most noticeable when you want to delete a post for some reason; maybe you had second thoughts, maybe it's not applicable any more, whatever. On every other forum in the known universe, you can delete a post and it's gone. Here, not so much.
Back in the dawn of the computer age, I used to write software for a living. We were using DEC (Digital Equipment Corporation) PDP-8 and PDP-11 computers, the PDP-8 with 8K of addressable memory and the PDP-11 with 32K. In support of our business, I would often create "linked lists" for search purposes, in which the end of one record links to the start of the next.
If you had to delete a record, there was a procedure where you would copy and save the prior and following link to the deleted record, and relink the two so the list would remain unbroken. It took a little extra programming effort, but made for a cleaner search and a cleaner display.
Someone hasn't taken the trouble to do that with the IKBA software. I mean, the technology and techniques to do that is early 1980s, so you can tell that's the era where this software came from.
With modern programming tools, a smart guy could fix that in about 10 minutes. But the original source code for this was probably lost about the time that Bill Clinton was soiling blue dresses in the Oval Office, so I guess I'm just having a moan ... !