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    Input from a HWC official, please.....

    This is getting worse and It's not just me or my three ISP's:-

    http://discussions.hardwarecentral.c...ML/000194.html

    Any chance of a fix, as it never used to do this.

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    well everybody is getting the same problem, I don't know its the server problem since that if you post a second reply the first one will come up with the second oen right away...

    that doesn't seem right

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    I think they may need to do a "spring clean" on the BBS as it is definately a fault that wasn't there when I first joined HWC or after the IP address change a while back, although we did have a session of it before the IP change

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    I think now is better...

    its @ 2:28 my time...

    maybe the congestion time has passed...

    who know??

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    hmmmm 4:02 PM in Australian time
    my posts don't show up until I post again either, can anyone explain this?
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    Are you guys, the people having this problem, all using IE5? Because there is a known gug in IE5 that ignores some no-cache commands by web documents. The problem you mention is known to the people that make UBB.

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    Well I'm using IE5 and that's a possibility, but that doesn't explain why it wasn't like this before, I'm still using the same IE version and I haven't updated it. It doesn't happen all the time, and it just appeared to get much worse recently although saying that it hasn't been as bad the last couple of days. Go figure???

    Also when it does this I don't tend to see the "we are returning you to the topic" Message. That is either corrupted or missing



    [This message has been edited by BladeRunner (edited 06-02-2000).]

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    Netscape may not suffer from the same problem, but IE 5 doesn't explain why it's worse some weeks ?

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    I just posted and then edited, each time went right in. Using IE5. Have never had a problem.
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