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Topic # 123498 9-Jul-2013 19:20
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Why does my GZ look like this on IE10 ("64 bit" - it never asked to go back to 32bit) from the evening of 9-7-13?

Anyone has the same problem or just my house?


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  Reply # 851872 9-Jul-2013 19:23
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Looks like it's not loading the CSS file. Which ISP are you with? Also, your image URL has an extra space on the end so it doesn't embed properly.

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  Reply # 851876 9-Jul-2013 19:26
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  Reply # 851877 9-Jul-2013 19:27
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ok thanks pls lock thread *blush*

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  Reply # 851896 9-Jul-2013 19:46
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As above. It seems to be a problem with Telecom fixed line connections. Please post in the other thread so they know this is affecting more people.




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