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Topic # 162022 27-Jan-2015 07:39
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When I check GZ at the work in the morning there's usually only about 2-4 threads marked as unread, even though I've probably last looked at it at home 12 hours ago. I know GZ is busier than that. I'm using Chrome, in sync with my home browser, so some cookies and such are sent over but not 100% sure how I set it up.

Any thoughts? Anyone else experiencing something similar?

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  Reply # 1222959 27-Jan-2015 08:29
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I have found this with the latest Chrome release. Don't seem to have it with FF or IE

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  Reply # 1223005 27-Jan-2015 09:39
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On FF I have to ctrl-f5 that page. I think it caches when it shouldn't.

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  Reply # 1223011 27-Jan-2015 10:02
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I had that problem with Chrome a few weeks ago.  Once I realised what was happening I forced a refresh and it seems to be OK after that.

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