John W. Barron wrote:
Mark Hansen wrote:
On 01/05/09 13:23, John W. Barron wrote:
Chris Garriss wrote:
Unless there is a secret way to clear the cache that I don't know
about, I believe I did reaload several times.
On 05.01.2009 15:35 John W. Barron spoke thusly:
I maintain a simple web page. Recently, in making changes to the
files using Notepad, the changes are not visible when the page is
using Seamonkey, but has been made when the program is run in
Explorer. I have clicked reload numberous times, deleted cookies,
Did you clear the cache so you were certain SM was loading a fresh
Yet, Seamonkey continues to load the previous version, even when
program is restarted or rebooted.
John W. Barron
Reload does not clear the cache.
However, I think if you use Ctrl + Reload (hold the Control key down
clicking the Reload button) it will ignore the cache when getting the
You may want to try that first.
How do I clear the cache?
See Edit -> Preferences, then Advanced, then Cache. There is a 'Clear
Thanks for the help. I will try it all.
Ctrl. Reload seems to work! Thanks again.
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