> 
> That sounds very suspicious - what are your IE cache settings?
> 

[...]

> 
> This bug report was related to the fact that the user was
> accessing the file through a Squid cache and that at the
> time (Zope 2.0.1) there was a legitimate bug in the way
> that "If-Modified-Since" headers were handled. Squid was
> actually returning the file to him. It should have been
> marked completed quite a while ago (I just did that).
> 
> I am using IE 5 (5.00.2314.1003), cache settings set to:
> 
> "Check for newer versions of stored pages:
>   x Every visit to the page
> 
> ...and I cannot reproduce the problem that you are
> describing :( Are these your cache settings? Are you
> accessing the server through any kind of proxy?
> 
> Thanks

I am using IE 5 (5.00.2919.6307), cache settings set to:
"Check for newer versions of stored pages: 
Automatically

Those settings should get the new file if it has changed. 

I am accessing the server through a proxy.. could that be a problem? I
think it would be strange if everyone accessing the website I am
building can see the new files..

What do you think?

Peter

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