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Can't view adds in FF 4.0.1


Cois
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Hi Cois,

 

I've tested in FF 4.0.1 with no issues.

 

When did you first notice this? Perhaps try a full page refresh by pressing Ctrl + F5 to ensure you're using the most recent style sheets.

 

Let me know if that helps.

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4.0.1 works for me too, but I have found that it sometimes slows down when loading the Google partner adds.

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fixed.

 

Re-installed FF :)

 

 

 

Good to hear - thanks for the feedback.

 

I've actually switched to Chrome for now as FF 4 is proving to be very buggy still!

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Try FF 6 for us and let us know, I'm about to set up the nightly build repository, but I'm worried about the ads.

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Damn - didnt work for me...

re-installed plus cleared cache...

any other suggestions?

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Damn - didnt work for me...

re-installed plus cleared cache...

any other suggestions?

 

What antivirus do you use?

 

Perhaps you could also email me the page source of a page which doesn't display properly?

  • Right click -> View Page Source
  • Copy paste the contents into an email to me - info [at] thehubsa.co.za

Thanks!

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What antivirus do you use?

 

Perhaps you could also email me the page source of a page which doesn't display properly?

  • Right click -> View Page Source
  • Copy paste the contents into an email to me - info [at] thehubsa.co.za

Thanks!

 

Kapersky 2012 - Internet Security

Dropped you a mail earlier..

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Try FF 6 for us and let us know, I'm about to set up the nightly build repository, but I'm worried about the ads.

 

Nevermind. I went straight to Firefox Nightly (7.0a1) and no issues with anything so far. Except that FoxTabs doesn't work, but that's ok.

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