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post #31 of 43 (permalink) Old 01-11-2017, 09:08 PM
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Using Firefox I can open pictures but the keypad is slow and jumpy I have been using Explorer but cannot open pictures. I prefer Explorer. Tried to post this on Firefox but it would not let me, it said Shockwave was busy
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post #32 of 43 (permalink) Old 01-12-2017, 11:56 AM
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I have Explorer 11. The cookie setting has been the same for years. Why would it be a problem now? What setting, if necessary, should it be?
To check the setting, open the top right corner drop menu, then find Internet Options. On the General page, it should have a section listed as Browsing History, with an option you can check to "Delete Browsing history on exit"

If that option is still unchecked and your getting this error, try clearing out your cookies and cache completely and sing in again. Still an issue, let us know.

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Using Firefox I can open pictures but the keypad is slow and jumpy I have been using Explorer but cannot open pictures. I prefer Explorer. Tried to post this on Firefox but it would not let me, it said Shockwave was busy
Not getting the same error as you with Firefox. What version are you using? I tested with 49.0.2. You can double check that with in your Advanced Settings, under update.

The error with IE opening images is one I've noticed on a couple of sites, and we have the tech team investigating a fix. As Microsoft pulls support for IE in favour of Edge, it's getting harder to keep it compatible, so I can't make any promises but we will try our best

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Ok Thanks. I found out that if I do a right click and "open in new tab" I can view pictures. Thanks again.
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Still can't figure out why I have to sign back in everytime, regardless of how long between sign-in's. 1st re-sign back in ALWAYS doesn't work until 2nd me to get it correctly signed in.
I was having the same issue untilI realized that I had accidentally turned on Private Bowsing. It was delting the login info every time I closed the browser. Once I went back to normal browsing it kept me logged in.

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Ok Thanks. I found out that if I do a right click and "open in new tab" I can view pictures. Thanks again.
Solid work around. I'll make sure to add that to my others sites with this issue

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Got redirected to a video thus morning. Took this screen shot.
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+1 On videos. Same video screen and the link was fully a VMF link and not a redirect. Happening quite a bit this morning.
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I will report this.
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post #40 of 43 (permalink) Old 03-04-2017, 08:55 PM
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I have numerous browser freezes on this site. There are so many add bugs attached, any one of them being slow to respond causes the browser page to freeze. Sometimes I wait minutes just to be able to scroll down the page. Many times I end up giving up and leaving the site. I recently had an issue where I started a new thread, my new thread hijacked someone else existing thread. Their thread got renamed to mine and my thread ( after a few responses ) got added to the end of the hijacked thread.
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What browser are you using Joel?

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post #42 of 43 (permalink) Old 03-07-2017, 09:57 AM
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Hi Kevin,

I have tried Safari and Firefox on my Mac, Chrome and Firefox on Linux, Edge and Firefox on win 10. All behave the same. A very large percentage of the times on this site, the side scroll bar just disappears and I have no way to navigate down ( other scroll methods also no not work ). About 90% of the time after I log in, there is a broken redirect when the site reloads. I think the hangs have to do with all the web add bugs, I can see them trying to load, sometimes one will hang for a very long time.

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Sounds very similar to what is happening for me. Specifically the side scrollbar disappearing.

Here is the thread discussing it.
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