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Topic # 8049 30-May-2006 17:01
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Just wondering if anybody is having the same issue as me.

When on trademe and browsing the ads and you press the back button does it always go back to the top of the page



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  Reply # 37165 30-May-2006 17:06
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yep this happened for me when I used to use Firefox... but I now use IE7



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Reply # 37166 30-May-2006 17:09
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I wonder why only on trademe this happens

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 37178 30-May-2006 17:49
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Which version of Firefox are you using?

I had the same problems before i switched to IE7, it only did it on vers 1.5 and above



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Reply # 37180 30-May-2006 17:51
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Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8.0.3) Gecko/20060426 Firefox/1.5.0.3

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  Reply # 37186 30-May-2006 18:15
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I'm using Firfefox 1.5.0.3 has no problem.




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  Reply # 37190 30-May-2006 18:31
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Its amazing how such a little thing can be a real nuisance.

I believe it could be something to do with caching, its not going back to the saved page but reloading the page, a problem only on sites built on a database.

Dont take that to be gospel, its just the answer i got when having that problem

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  Reply # 37194 30-May-2006 19:11
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1.5.0.3 works fine for me on Trademe. At the moment. Although I'm sure I have seen the problem on Trademe pages more than others.  I think eBay is consistantly okay though. Seems there's no hard and fast rule with it. Perhaps an Extension is playing around with the caching?



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Reply # 37229 31-May-2006 09:49
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Thanks for your input folks I can learn to live with it (not the end of the world)

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