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Topic # 198589 15-Jul-2016 06:30
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Hi All,

 

Has anyone else had an issue in IE that the back button doesn't work? I am only finding this on GZ other forums are fine.


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  Reply # 1592882 15-Jul-2016 07:12
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Oh I can see your problem. There's a solution here ;)





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  Reply # 1592884 15-Jul-2016 07:28
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Thanks Timmay that made me lol

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  Reply # 1592898 15-Jul-2016 08:34
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Working just fine for me. Are you sure that you don't have any toolbars or add-ons that create frames, or your network is not injecting HTML?





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  Reply # 1595457 20-Jul-2016 09:19
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Lately this has been happening to me as well ... using Edge.  Sometimes hitting the back button several times will work, and often the page will suddenly 'jump' below the fold.

 

This jumping also happens sometimes when changing to another Forum topic.

 

 

 

As you say, only on GZ.


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  Reply # 1611459 14-Aug-2016 17:26
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UPDATE:  After updating to Win10 Anniversary Edition, Edge browser has now been rock-solid fine when accessing and moving around Geekzone sealed


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