Moz Champion (Dan) wrote:
Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
Ray K wrote:
Bill Davidsen wrote:
Just drops dead on http://cagle.com/news/BLOG trying to look at his
latest cartoon for the French.
Week-old SM 2.0a3 was able to open the same page just fine.
Tested under Fedora FC9 and FC10, using the version from Mozilla
download, not the Fedora package (which has other issues with font
I just visited the link with no problems. Scrolling worked properly,
and when I click a link and then Back, the scrolling bar returned to
its previous position. (See my post of 8:29am 12/19/08.) And none of
the problems I described in today's 8:49am post occurred, either.
Maybe your problem has something to do with some of your Preferences
settings. I have no idea which might be involved.
I'm using W2K, SP4, and about 70 hotfixes.
he's using SM2 while you're on SM1
Uh, Peter, read what has been written.
The original poster says he has a problem on 1.1.14 and NOT on 2.0a.3
So the problem occurs (according to the OP) on the 1x version, NOT the
sorry to say, but the OP put 1.1.4 within the subject
line and not within the body of the message. I was
reading the body, not the subject. Without reading the
subject line, I interpreted it as with this line:
"Week-old SM 2.0a3 was able to open the same page just
Therefore, my conclusion was is worked in an older
version of 2.0a3 but not in a current version of it.
Therefore, it was the OPs fault for not stating that
within the body of the message instead of doing it
within the subject line. Not everyone reads subject
lines [or the title line]
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