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Topic # 108515 30-Aug-2012 18:47 Send private message

When I click the back button, it's not going back to the previous page on any GZ webpage.

If I click on the recent pages arrow, there's a URL http://platform.twitter.com/widgets/fol

Does anyone know what the hell this means?

OS: Win Vista

Browser: IE 8




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  Reply # 679418 30-Aug-2012 18:49 Send private message

I haven't seen this problem recently and the Twitter script has been here for years now. It could be the browser having problem with scripts - why not update to Internet Explorer 9 now?




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  Reply # 679436 30-Aug-2012 19:49 Send private message

Do you have the twitter widget installed ? it seems to be a problem with that. 

Try right click on the back button and see if that works.

Source: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie9-windows_7/the-back-button-in-ie-constantly-goes-to/aa3fb026-0e68-43bb-8649-7b5abb86e201?tm=1346302082954

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