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Old September 28th, 2006, 08:34 PM
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Problems viewing new posts

I am having problems with seeing new posts from today. some may say there has been 8 posts to a message yet only 3 or so displays, other messages the responses show less than what was posted to it only because I know I had posted to the message this morning but those including mine are not showing.

I have logged out and re logged in hoping clearing the cookies would help but still don't see the new posts.

an example the post http://www.pets.ca/forum/showthread.php?t=31124

shows there has been 8 replies I can only view 3

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Old September 28th, 2006, 08:43 PM
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I see all 8.
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Old September 28th, 2006, 10:09 PM
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I seen them all too but I have noticed lately that the forum is alot slower than it used to be. Pages keep hanging and lots of time I get "page cannot be displayed". Anybody know why this happens?
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Old September 29th, 2006, 08:14 AM
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Still screwy, this forum shows the most current reply is to the freepay ads.

I did a restart on my computer this morning

THe crazy jump post I still only see the first 3 replies though I replied to it yesterday morning but that I can't view all the replies to the cocker with erhlichia even the recent 2 I had made one being a delete because I thought my post did not go thru it was only after I made the reply did I see my post, when I went back to that post later I can that I only can view 1 reply after the posted pictures of the cocker

another post in the main part of the forum says their are 3 replies I see 4 .

On this page I see a reply from Prin and Rainbow, saying they are having no problems, If there is more replies for example one from an administrator I do not see it, the reply count shows as 2.

So far I have tried refresh to see replies, logged out and back in again and restarting my computer, I am using IE 6 as my browser, recently updated it so not sure if that is where the problem lies, I have no idea what else to try
No idea what is going on don't seem to notice the same problem at other forums
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Old September 29th, 2006, 02:15 PM
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lol no, there's no other replies yet.

Are you sure you don't just have a ton of people on ignore? I guess not, if you can read my posts.

Seriously, though, there's a thread about this from a long time ago. It happened to somebody else...
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Old September 30th, 2006, 10:45 AM
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Looks like I resolved, went to the top of the browser clicked on Tools -> internet options -> and deleted temporary internet files and cookies. clicked ok, and then re logined here.

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Are you sure you don't just have a ton of people on ignore? I guess not, if you can read my posts.
LOL I have yet to use the ignore function in any forum, I accept in this world not everyone is going to agree, and to me that is healthy as it allows for debate on subjects, which in the end becomes a learning aid if one is willing to look at different sides and do their own research on differing aspects, and if a person is being rude or nasty or simply taking things to far because they are too passionate or getting hot under the collar then mods will handle it . And even if I should have a personality clash with someone, it does not mean their input on forums are unworthy of being read, I may one day actually learn something new from them, and I am all for learning if it means being able to take better care of my own animals
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Old September 30th, 2006, 12:12 PM
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If you download "IE Privacy Keeper" (it's free and no spywre) it will automatically delete your temporary files and cookies.
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