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Topic # 79716 21-Mar-2011 21:15
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Hey when I try searching for anything I get nothing in return?

It's a pain having to go to google and search specifically for geekzone than the topic.

Is this just me or is it the same for others?


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  Reply # 450505 21-Mar-2011 21:18
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Lol.. some of us know why because we are able to search. Hint, look up there ^ for a red hexagon with ABP in it, click it, click disable on and see how you get on.


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  Reply # 450514 21-Mar-2011 21:40
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Ok ok ok lets just pretend this didn't happen >.<!
I forgot I installed ABP lol
...And btw I don't have it up there or down there. My browser is as clean as a whistle, no icons or unwanted toolbars ; ]

Thanks heaps = ] I feel stupid now = /


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  Reply # 450518 21-Mar-2011 21:45
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Yeah I saw that just before I saw your comment

Again feeling stupid sorry.

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  Reply # 450748 22-Mar-2011 14:53
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freitasm: There is a stick post about this.

Might be worth rendering html on the search page with a message saying: "If you are seeing this message your adblocker is probably incorrectly blocking GeekZone's asynchronous javascript from loading, please disable your adblocker in order to search"

Then just hide it via script, that way the message would be left showing for people running ad blockers and not showing for the rest. 

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