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posted on 22-7-2004 at 10:47 Reply With Quote
U2U

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I cannot get to see my U2Us, a separate page comes up then nothing happens.

Help,

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posted on 22-7-2004 at 17:49 Reply With Quote
How peculiar.... Mine seems to be working OK... Is anyone else having problems??

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posted on 22-7-2004 at 20:55 Reply With Quote
I've still got the same problem - and I notice that I have one from you Al - so I kind a wanted to have a look. Can you help or just send me an email with the content of the U2U.

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posted on 22-7-2004 at 21:44 Reply With Quote
Weird!... So you get to the u2u page and can see the u2u inbox, but can't click on any of them right??

I've had a look through my outbox and can't find any u2u that I've sent you that you haven't already read, so it sounds as though your browser is once again loading a cahced page for the u2u inbox.... Then, when you try to select a u2u message, it has already been read and deleted so no longer exists which probably confuses the php server as you are asking it to display something that no longer exists!... Just a guess.

Try deleting your browsers cache and see if that helps.

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posted on 22-7-2004 at 21:44 Reply With Quote
BTW...what browser are you using??

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posted on 23-7-2004 at 08:21 Reply With Quote
hans i sent i u2u yesterday ,whats your e mail address , all thats on your profile is web address for the ROBIN SHOP .
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posted on 26-7-2004 at 05:55 Reply With Quote
Kelvin,

LOL..!!! you are a one


My email is mark_hammnond@tiscali.co.uk

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posted on 26-7-2004 at 05:56 Reply With Quote
Kelvin,

Finger problems....it's actually

mark_hammond@tiscali.co.uk

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posted on 26-7-2004 at 06:04 Reply With Quote
Al,

I am using IE 6.0.2600....

I having a similiar problem with another site where a link is opening another page. I cannot see any of the content for the page that is being opened. As usual I think it is clearly my machine... must get a newer one soon. I am getting an update from the Microsoft site - maybe this will help???

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posted on 26-7-2004 at 06:18 Reply With Quote
'Microsoft' and 'help' in the same sentence.... You have more faith than I do!!

It could be something to do with your browser or a browser plug-in being a little over-zealous at blocking pop-ups I guess??

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posted on 27-7-2004 at 15:00 Reply With Quote
try mozilla its far better the mscrap explorer , its free to download and use .
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posted on 27-7-2004 at 16:40 Reply With Quote
yeah mozilla firefox is much quicker than ie.

http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/






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posted on 27-7-2004 at 17:38 Reply With Quote
And firefox os what I use too... Although I do test everthing in IE, Netscape, Opera, iCab, Camino, Omniweb and Safari too.

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posted on 27-7-2004 at 18:05 Reply With Quote
and do you think firefox is still the best out of those you test FON in? so far so good with firefox... i only swapped over a couple of weeks ago.






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posted on 27-7-2004 at 20:15 Reply With Quote
Yeah, thats what I use as my 'standard' browser. I like the tabbed browsing, and the speed of it. It also renders pretty much every site OK. Although it's still worth keeping a copy of IE handy as some web-developers only build sites with that browser in mind...tch tch tch!...

Not that I've had to resort to Microsoft yet.

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posted on 27-7-2004 at 21:21 Reply With Quote
yeh i noticed flash plug ins and various java applets run much smoother. all good stuff.






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