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Old 12-24-2011, 09:43 AM   #1
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Firefox in forum

Anybody else having trouble with Firefox on just this Forum coming up in just text and lines? I thought it was my desktop but when I opened my laptop got same thing. Forum works in IE but can't see anything in firefox
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Old 12-24-2011, 10:07 AM   #2
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Firefox 9.0.1 is working fine for me.
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Forum works O.K. on the new firefox 9, however I have some pages or should one say other links, not on the forum, that when you open it up you see lines of text bleeding over an into each other to the point that you can not read the text. Kind of bad...I open a different browser to use the new link and it reads just fine.
No idea why.
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Old 12-24-2011, 11:42 AM   #8
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Anybody else having trouble with Firefox on just this Forum coming up in just text and lines? I thought it was my desktop but when I opened my laptop got same thing. Forum works in IE but can't see anything in firefox
Check your firewall settings and Firefox add-on settings.
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Firefox 9.0.1 is working fine for me.
I have no problems, with it. A couple of add-ons weren't working but I didn't use them anyway.
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Firefox 9.0.1 is working fine for me.
Same here,, 8.x and 7.x did as well. before that I do not recall if I was in the forums or not.

A light flashes.. ( A thought occures )

Now Firefox and I go back quite a ways but as I recall there is an option to disable graphic displays for those of use stuck on "Watching paint dry" speed connections.

Forget where it is... but I do recall it being there. Alas, I looked and can not find it. It may be missing in later versions.
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Never a problem with FF. Up date to the latest version and reload your add-ins.

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Old 12-24-2011, 02:25 PM   #14
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Fixed it. Dis-abled AdBlock Plus 2.0.1 now OK. How many adds is this site throwing on us?
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