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Topic # 46291 6-Nov-2009 09:26
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Over today and yesterday, Dick Smith's website has gone silly on my PC. Just wondering if they have updated it, or whats going on?

Now their homepage is 10 screens long, and is just lists of text down left side, with some pictures in the last few screens.


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  Reply # 270569 6-Nov-2009 09:29
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That'll be your browser playing up. I assume you're using IE6 or similar?

I get it all the time on my work PC.

Copy the URL from the page you're on, put it into the address bar in IE, hit go and it MIGHT reload the page correctly.

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  Reply # 270571 6-Nov-2009 09:36
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Yeah a message came up when I initially opened the DS page that said something about javascript, I have a screenshot of the window that comes up, but it says:

"This page requires dsenz_AC_RunActiveContent.js", then it goes stupid.


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  Reply # 270584 6-Nov-2009 10:16
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That's the sort of thing I get.

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  Reply # 270614 6-Nov-2009 11:55
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Website has changed recently - however, displays fine for me in IE8 and Firefox 3.5.xx at home.
try emptying history, cache etc . . .

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  Reply # 270819 7-Nov-2009 11:07
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Speaking of DSE, who else loves their new stores?

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