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Don't like it! After I click on ouinsider board, all of the new topics appear, I clixck on the one I want to read and it goes blank. What's up?
Seriously though it's not happening with me so I don't know what's up on your end.
occurs on my pc too. It looks like everything gets shifted to the far right. Happens on my work PC, but not on my home PC.
Works on phone. Not on PC
Wonder if it's another one of those operating system things that occasionally pops up? I use Firefox and have not had any problems at all with this site when others have using another OS. Just a thought.
No problems here. I tried both Internet Explorer and Google Chrome.
Well, I've exhausted my wide range of expertise.
now it's working. oh well
There was an issue with an ad tag for IE8 users, but it has been fixed so it should be much better now.
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It happened to me using Internet Explorer all the time. I switched to Google Chrome and now it is working great.
I wish more users would follow that course of action.
I had everything shift leff. Shut down, restarted and everything is fine.
"It's better to have tried and failed than to never have tried at all." FDR
Google Chrome is great. Gets rid of all those pesky ads. The only problem with them is that you have to add the ad-blocker after making Google Chrome your browser. That is hard to find with all the add ons they have on their site.
The site has been incredibly slow on my iPad as well. Painfully slow. Sometimes I leave my iPad alone and do something else while a page loads.
I've been using Firefox for years and have had none of the problems that always seem to crop up due to the ads. Plus I don't see any of the pop-up ads since they're blocked. Never tried Google Chrome but from what you say it works just as well.
I never use IE, except some company intranet stuff. Chrome or Firefox eliminates too many of the problems to use IE. iPad is hit of miss with me as far as performance and strangely enough which link link from the browser takes me to the "Owen Field" section. Some days are better than others, but never too bad.
Not only did Google Chrome take care of the problems encountered on IE, it is also much much faster. It makes all the difference in the world. I will never use IE again.
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