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  Reply # 551959 30-Nov-2011 18:52 Send private message

If you are keen to look into it yourself, Firefox has an http logging mechanism:

https://developer.mozilla.org/en/HTTP_Logging


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  Reply # 552408 1-Dec-2011 21:03 Send private message

Well something has changed as it is not doing it anymore.




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  Reply # 554174 5-Dec-2011 18:25 Send private message

Nope, still doing it for me in various forums. Using FF8 like the rest of you.

Sorry if this behaviour has already been mentioned but this is what Ive just found.

I click into the Telecom forum for example (happened in the Telstraclear one aswell). If I decide there is nothing to view and click back it takes five clicks.

If I go back in and click on one of the threads and then click back, it goes out to the Telecom main part and then click back again and it goes straight to the main board with no problems.

Click once into Telecom and click back and Im back to having to click five times again.

I just replicated this the Telstraclear one too.

And each of the clicks to go back removes one of the ads on the page :)




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  Reply # 554303 6-Dec-2011 07:39 Send private message

Could you folks having this please do/clarify:

1. Are you using a link or script blocker?

2. If you click back and it doesn't work then use the UP/DOWN buttons on your keyboard. Does the page move?

3. Click anywhere on the page before clicking the back button, and see if it happens at all?

4. The first person to actually have this problem please PM me and I will put your account as subscriber and see if this happens when no ad codes are sent.







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  Reply # 554316 6-Dec-2011 08:42 Send private message

freitasm: Could you folks having this please do/clarify:

1. Are you using a link or script blocker?

2. If you click back and it doesn't work then use the UP/DOWN buttons on your keyboard. Does the page move?

3. Click anywhere on the page before clicking the back button, and see if it happens at all?

4. The first person to actually have this problem please PM me and I will put your account as subscriber and see if this happens when no ad codes are sent.



1. No blocker

2. Yes the page moves up & down

3. Nothing happens on the click - back button still not right



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  Reply # 554318 6-Dec-2011 08:44 Send private message

Ok. Could you please again now?







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  Reply # 554323 6-Dec-2011 08:49 Send private message

freitasm: Ok. Could you please again now?



Back key works as it should  - or at least I haven't been able to fault it yet...

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  Reply # 554329 6-Dec-2011 09:12 Send private message

Keep using it...





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  Reply # 554335 6-Dec-2011 09:24 Send private message

freitasm: Could you folks having this please do/clarify:

1. Are you using a link or script blocker?

2. If you click back and it doesn't work then use the UP/DOWN buttons on your keyboard. Does the page move?

3. Click anywhere on the page before clicking the back button, and see if it happens at all?

4. The first person to actually have this problem please PM me and I will put your account as subscriber and see if this happens when no ad codes are sent.



I just reproduced this now.  Clicking back (or pressing the back button) does not affect the ability to scroll with the up/down buttons.    Also clicking on the page before-hand does not stop the issue from occurring. 

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  Reply # 554927 7-Dec-2011 11:53 Send private message

OK I spoke to soon, the problem is back again today.
What has changed since last night?




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  Reply # 555978 9-Dec-2011 16:05 Send private message

Been happening to me for quite a while now on some threads and not others. Its very very annoying and is only occuring for me on geekzone!!!

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  Reply # 555989 9-Dec-2011 16:35 Send private message

The only thing it could be is the Google services we use. Will try to contact them but it will take some time.




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  Reply # 556993 12-Dec-2011 14:48 Send private message

I've changed the Google DFP code (and found one that was wrong anyway). Could you please tell me if this is still happening?





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  Reply # 557094 12-Dec-2011 17:02 Send private message

Seems okay to me now, though judgement is reserved!Undecided

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  Reply # 557108 12-Dec-2011 17:28 Send private message

So far so good. Ive just done my afternoon 'scan' to see whats been going on and no problems at all :)




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