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Master Geek

#27487 28-Oct-2008 10:14
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Does any one know why the firefox usage meter appears to be days behind on the latest version?

Mine shows the last update to be @ 25/10 12:45 (3 days ago)

I have a PC still running the old version, and it appears to be correct.

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  #174037 28-Oct-2008 12:39
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Interesting, someone at work just complained that his usage meter was showing 75% but his speed slowed down to 50kbps.  Turned out he had gone over his cap.  So no, I do not have an answer, but can confirm that it is not just your PC.

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Master Geek

  #174048 28-Oct-2008 13:03
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Strangely the usage meter do update on mine ,but its 3 days behind ? Having this isssue for couple of weeks.

I.e mine current status show 25.Oct and expect it will show 26.Oct tomorrow?


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Master Geek

  #174056 28-Oct-2008 13:16
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Mine at 25 Oct 15:30........... So its on xnet's end not our pc's. 

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Ultimate Geek

  #174066 28-Oct-2008 13:42
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Yea its been out by a few days for at least the entire weekend - mine is also at 15:30 25/10/2008

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  #174147 28-Oct-2008 16:54
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Grrrrr.... all weekend my meter has been sitting on 14% (give myself 2gb) used which i thought was fair enough because Ive been away on holiday and now today its shot up to 48% used and the date is still on the 25th.
Ill be comparing data meters at the end of this month.... I run one locally myself to give me a rough idea if ones way out of whack.

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  #174164 28-Oct-2008 17:26
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The on-line traffic meter (XNet -> My Stuff -> Account) is up to date and probably the most reliable.

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  #174172 28-Oct-2008 17:59
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Yay ! I win ! mine is on 25 Oct at 7.15pm.  Is there a prize ;-)

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