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PostPosted: 17 Dec 2008, 09:27 
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Over the last few weeks, I find that lengthier threads get "stuck" while loading.

It will load the page up to a certain post and then freeze up for a minute or two before loading the rest. Always the same post on whatever particular thread, but no particular poster (I had originally surmised it was a particular avatar or sig file choking the page).

Anyone else seeing the same thing going on?

IE 6 (our work standard) - I have not checked this handling out in FF yet.

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PostPosted: 17 Dec 2008, 09:46 
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You Know, for Kids wrote:
Over the last few weeks, I find that lengthier threads get "stuck" while loading.

It will load the page up to a certain post and then freeze up for a minute or two before loading the rest. Always the same post on whatever particular thread, but no particular poster (I had originally surmised it was a particular avatar or sig file choking the page).

Anyone else seeing the same thing going on?

IE 6 (our work standard) - I have not checked this handling out in FF yet.


I've seen it happen too. IE 7 mostly...

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PostPosted: 17 Dec 2008, 14:53 
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Sela5 wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
Over the last few weeks, I find that lengthier threads get "stuck" while loading.

It will load the page up to a certain post and then freeze up for a minute or two before loading the rest. Always the same post on whatever particular thread, but no particular poster (I had originally surmised it was a particular avatar or sig file choking the page).

Anyone else seeing the same thing going on?

IE 6 (our work standard) - I have not checked this handling out in FF yet.


I've seen it happen too. IE 7 mostly...


I get it often in both explorer and Safari

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PostPosted: 18 Dec 2008, 07:12 
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Sela5 wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
Over the last few weeks, I find that lengthier threads get "stuck" while loading.

It will load the page up to a certain post and then freeze up for a minute or two before loading the rest. Always the same post on whatever particular thread, but no particular poster (I had originally surmised it was a particular avatar or sig file choking the page).

Anyone else seeing the same thing going on?

IE 6 (our work standard) - I have not checked this handling out in FF yet.


I've seen it happen too. IE 7 mostly...


I get it often in both explorer and Safari

I get it in Firefox too.

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PostPosted: 06 May 2009, 18:14 
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The Mark Topics Read link isn't working, but only in certain forums. And after I read a thread and the icon turns white, when I go back into the forum the icon will be orange again, although there are no new posts.

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PostPosted: 06 May 2009, 18:19 
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Also, the times are screwed up. I made this post at 9:16 am CET, and although it says "all times are UTC+1," the time stamp on this post says 3:16 am.

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PostPosted: 07 May 2009, 02:41 
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Yeah, something weird was going on early this morning. It seems to be back to normal now though.


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