The seeing/not seeing thing is, I think, due to the way the site refreshes, and may also have something to do with cacheing on your computer - ie it stores pages and reloads them for speed, rather than pulling them down from the interweb afresh every time.
But thanks for the info, hopefully it'll help JD investigate.
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I can still only see my last post to Andrew
Yes, i have to post a comment to see the last comment
Ive just now been on this thread to post a comment (which was going well until I tried to SAVE the comment)-
But it crashed out with this -
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.
Please contact the server administrator, root@localhost and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.
More information about this error may be available in the server error log.
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I think it's a cacheing problem at your end
I would pull my hair out if i had any
Try using FIREFOX instead johnny (like IE, but I much prefer firefox)
Have alerted people with pens in top pockets back at the office of the problem.
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To make your browser – Internet Explorer – reload a page completely rather than relying on its cache, press the f5 key on your keyboard.
To clear the cache,
1 In Internet Explorer...
2 Press the "ALT" button on your keyboard.
3 Click on the "TOOLS" menu.
4 In the drop down menu, locate and click on "Delete Browsing History." This will open another window titled "Delete Browsing History."
5 In the "Delete Browsing History" window, locate and select the "Temporary Internet Files."
6 At the bottom of the "Delete Browsing History" window, locate and click on the "Delete" box.
7 After a short while, depending on how long since the cache was last cleared, the computer will indicate that the files have been deleted. Click on the "Okay" button when you see the "Internet Options" box.
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Glad the online/offline 'blob' became smaller. Can't make it red/green, no?
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At the time of writing, AE is showing as online - the 'blob' is green. All offline users show as grey.
New issue - When I try to reply, I have to resize the text box before I can type.
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