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Topic # 138695 13-Jan-2014 20:31 Send private message

In FF 25 (and now 26) I was getting pages loading with no apparent CSS being applied.. plain white background and loads of text.

In IETab within FF, I now see this.

Just me?


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  Reply # 966435 13-Jan-2014 20:33 Send private message

Definitely not seeing this. And I use a variety of browsers during the day...




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  Reply # 966436 13-Jan-2014 20:34 Send private message

Maybe a toolbar or extension is bad?




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  Reply # 966438 13-Jan-2014 20:39 Send private message

A-ha!

As it turns out, I recently enabled disk cache again (had it totally off for SSD but now storing on spindle)

Sudden thought to do a cache refresh/CTRL-F5. And boom, back to normal. Very odd

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  Reply # 966439 13-Jan-2014 20:40 Send private message

This is your computer refusing to work with lowly HDD devices.




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