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  Reply # 1694961 25-Dec-2016 22:14
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RUKI:

RUKI:


Lately 2 times out of 3 I click on "your profile" link (on PC) and page changes to FORD advert URL. Not cool. Just a minute ago specifically aimed at clicking exactly into the link and straight into FORD page. WTF?



Happened today again. Will post it here until resolved. :-( Not a user problem by the way I see it.


Create a post in the Geekzone site forum. The issue might not be noticed or tracked in this topic. Geekzone site forum is the best place for a full discussion of it. : )

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  Reply # 1694977 26-Dec-2016 00:33
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freitasm: More a Mac problem than the mouse... I doubt you updated the mouse firmware recently. The Mac OS on the other hand...

 

 

 

The Mac is up to date and the mouse control program is also. I don't see a straightforward way to do the mouse firmware (like 'press this button in the Logitech app') but I will see what can be found.






 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1695104 26-Dec-2016 12:41
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I understand the Mac is up to date - and that's why I think it could be it. Perhaps a fault introduced with the new "up to date" version of the OS. Not unheard of.





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  Reply # 1695105 26-Dec-2016 12:43
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Indeed. This is the same company that pushed out an OS update earlier this year without doing any testing whatsoever...


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  Reply # 1695460 27-Dec-2016 17:04
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Self print E-tickets and similar items with lots of unnecessary black and dark fill. Also, colour.

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  Reply # 1695471 27-Dec-2016 17:41
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freitasm:

 

I understand the Mac is up to date - and that's why I think it could be it. Perhaps a fault introduced with the new "up to date" version of the OS. Not unheard of.

 

 

 

 

Oh - right.

 

 

 

There's no firmware update for the mouse itself.






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  Reply # 1695472 27-Dec-2016 17:42
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Use of "premise" as the singular of "premises".

 

Use of "earthquake prone building".






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  Reply # 1695490 27-Dec-2016 18:21
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If your premise presupposes that the premises are occupied, it cannot be presumed to be presumptuous in the event they are not. Those who live in earthquake prone buildings may be required to vacate the premises at any time.

 

 





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  Reply # 1695519 27-Dec-2016 19:27
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Businesses, etc on Google maps that are incorrectly located.




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  Reply # 1695522 27-Dec-2016 19:30
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When you go to the fridge to eat the last slice of pavlova, only to remember you ate it earlier!

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  Reply # 1695570 27-Dec-2016 22:11
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Geektastic:

 

Use of "premise" as the singular of "premises".

 

Use of "earthquake prone building".

 

 

And IT people who use "on-premise" instead of "on-premises" when talking about self-hosted solutions.





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  Reply # 1695574 27-Dec-2016 22:31
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DarthKermit:

 

Businesses, etc on Google maps that are incorrectly located.

 

 

I would add to that, businesses that dont seem to care that the hours or address on the google place are wrong because "its on our website" And also those that dont bother to put the xmas hours up on either place.





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  Reply # 1695576 27-Dec-2016 22:34
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i get very very annoyed when dining out and at a table for two and the bloody thing is not level and rocks. grrrrrrrrrr 





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  Reply # 1695583 27-Dec-2016 23:06
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Mspec:

 

i get very very annoyed when dining out and at a table for two and the bloody thing is not level and rocks. grrrrrrrrrr 

 

 

avoid the highbury mall foodcourt then. And all the westfields.





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  Reply # 1695611 28-Dec-2016 05:16
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DarthKermit:

 

Businesses, etc on Google maps that are incorrectly located.

 

 

 

 

Businesses should relocate their premise so that it is correctly located and aligns with Google Maps.


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