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    Quote Originally Posted by hoodmeister
    An example of one of the many odd things I get on Hexus :
    Thats your cache, CTRL + F5 fixes it...

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    Please do not message me about Scan Free shipping, I no longer work for HEXUS.net

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    I get some of these problems too.

    Another common problem is text dissapearing next to the advertisiments in reviews and articles.

    I will give u a screen shot when i get home.

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    I don't have any problems with Hexus in Firefox, running the latsest version on my laptop and PC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt D
    Thats your cache, CTRL + F5 fixes it...

    Matt.
    It was doing the above on this very page... Sooo I hit CTRL & F5, which fixed it, but threw up another problem I often have :



    Check out the repeating X's...

    edit : Oh, and the christmas snowflakes don't join up properly for me, either... They overlap :/

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    Not really helping here but if you'd like FF at work dependant on how good the security is try portable firefox - http://portableapps.com/apps/interne...rtable_firefox

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt1eD
    Not really helping here but if you'd like FF at work dependant on how good the security is try portable firefox - http://portableapps.com/apps/interne...rtable_firefox
    Yep, I use that at school.




    Just try clearing your cache manually, in Firefox: Tools > Options... > Privacy tab > Cache tab > Clear Cache Now.

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    That page looks fine for my in IE and Firefox.

    Howver, in opera, which is what i normal use, i have the usuall problem of the advert not staying within its box. (or thr box being to small, which ever way you look at it!) So that it over hangs the text, like this:




    Daniel

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    Quote Originally Posted by David
    Can people tell me if they can still see it?
    Problem is gone with the article in question now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XA04
    Yep, I use that at school.
    Ditto but it depends where I can use it:~

    My school don't use security policies and hash programs for blocking... they use third party software - which is installed on one of the domains, and isn't on another domain (apart from the thin clients, except it's installed on those servers).

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    Okay I have worked out what caused it - I will look in to it today to make sure we get that advert back up

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    yeah, get portable firefox for work. Run it off a USB drive or drop it into 'my documents'.

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