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OK who broke TR today?

By HAL 9000 Moderator ·
The 404 seem to be accepted as normal these days they just happen so often but this is something new for me at least.

Open a discussion from one of the Blogs and then click on the link to the Blog to get your Browser to restart. I first ran across this while doing some testing on the 64 Bit version of 7 and thought hello another glitch so I switched to the 32 Bit version found the same thing happened and then I moved to a XP workstation had had the same thing occur so it's not a 7 Problem it has to be a TR Issue.

This is happening with both Infernal Exploder 7 and FF3 on XP as well as Infernal Exploder 8 and FF3 on 7.

So who's responsible for this interesting new development?


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"None of the usual suspects apply. "

by The Scummy One In reply to Expect some downtime toda ...

So it's not JD or HAL 9000 this time?
Hmmm, Boxy seems to be posting a lot :0 try there :^0

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What is it

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to "None of the usual suspec ...

that certain @sshats say? "Them that can't do, teach."?

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um, ok

by The Scummy One In reply to What is it

so rule you out as the culprit.
Hmm, cant be scummy, I am always good and never do no wrong, so it must be -- hmm -- Oz

Ok, blame it on Oz

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Updates made

by debuggist Staff In reply to Expect some downtime toda ...

We'll keep an eye on things. So far they look good. This should help relieve what looked like resource contention.

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Hate to break it to you...

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to Updates made

but I've just had three page load errors in a row.

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Yea but everything else is working OK now Davette

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Hate to break it to you.. ...

You can't have everything you ask for you know. :0

Col ]:)

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I have considered cancelling newsletters

by silversidhe In reply to OK who broke TR today?

more than half of the links are not working. I thought it would be fixed by now and wouldn't you know it I thought there was a link that used to be in the newsletters for these kind of problems but I couldn't find it (of course it wouldn't work anyway). I found this posting after several searches from the main page.

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Well if all you want to do is change your Newsletter Subscription

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to I have considered cancell ...

Click on My Newsletters on the top right of the screen and tick what you want or untick what you no longer need.

OK the changes when you have finished and generally speaking within 2 Business Days you stop receiving any newsletters that you chose to unsubscribe from. New newsletters that you subscribe to are delivered on the same day usually speaking or when they are next issued.

That is one thing that seems to work quite well on TR.


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Been happening a lot lately,

by seanferd In reply to I have considered cancell ...

But it doesn't usually last long. They've been constantly tweaking things on the site, particularly in the forums, from what I can tell. Suddenly, emoticons in post titles are replaced by the emoticon name, for example. (Oddity or permanent change, I don't know, but it happened before my very eyes.)

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by tcavadias Staff In reply to I have considered cancell ...

simply clearing ones cache and cookies resolves the issue of links in the TR newsletters not redirecting properly. Have you tried that yet?


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