Is this a joke? Why waste 100s of people¹s time?!

On 10/7/09 10:10 AM, "thomas cavanaugh" <tomros0...@gmail.com> wrote:

> windows 98 and above 1 reboot 2 open"computer" go to storage drives click on
> properities.,  click on defrag or clear button defrag or clear NONESSENTIALS
> FROM THAT DRIVE.,reboot again  if this doesnt  solve the problem consult
> microsoft especially if it is windows vista operating system .there is an
> internal "conflict" between downloaded soft ware on your unit  probably
> conflicting security programs.,, be patient let me know how you make out   t.
> 
> On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Panu Tangchalermkul <pan...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> 
>> I have tested this on 2 Twitter OAuth demo site,
>> 
>> http://twitteroauth.appspot.com/
>> http://fourmargins.com/labs/twitter_oauth/
>> 
>> by using Firefox 3.5 and Internet Explorer 8 on Windows Vista 32bit
>> 
>> Every time after I ignore (close without any action on the page)
>> Twitter OAuth application authorization page (the page that has Allow
>> and Deny button), I cannot load any page that using Twitter OAuth API
>> including Twitter own login system.
>> 
>> To describe in step-by-step, I open one of the above OAuth demo
>> website, click on the link that will give the application an access to
>> my twitter account, a browser redirect me to twitter page that require
>> me to choose Allow or Deny, I choose to ignore it and close that page.
>> Then I regret my action and try to open it again, I have encountered
>> "The connection was reset" on Firefox 3.5 and "Internet Explorer
>> cannot display the webpage" on IE, after I have clicked the same link.
>> 
>> I don't know why but it seems "deleting all cookies" is an only
>> resolution. This is reproducible every times on my machine.
>> 
>> OAuth BUG?
> 
> 

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