PCA Forum on the left today

  buteman 13 May 11

Just noticed that the PCA Forum is all on the left hand side of my screen today using Firefox with a big gap on the right hand side.

I remember there was a fix for when it happened on I/E anyone else having this problem or a fix for it would come in handy.

  sharpamat 13 May 11

Im useing IE8 and mines fine

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 13 May 11

Mines fine with firefox, have you got an Addon running like Noscript or Adblock?

  buteman 13 May 11


Yes just seems to be on Firefox.

Ok maybe twigged what is wrong it may be my ad-blocker has updated will have to check.

  Graphicool1 13 May 11

It's on the left for me too and I use FF4 without add-on's.

  Graphicool1 13 May 11


I don't have any problem with it being on the left. I just bring the right side in to meet it and I don't have any need for add blockers. Sorted!

  buteman 13 May 11

Hi Fruit Bat /\0/.

Yes I have add-Blocker Plus on it and there was something on it that you could disable for the PCA Site to work properly.

Looks like there may be something else that needs to be fixed.

Just a matter of waiting to see if anyone else gets the same problem. Removing and reinstalling it will not work unless I can find what part has to be removed.

  buteman 13 May 11


[I just bring the right side in to meet it and I don't have any need for add blockers. Sorted!]

Not sure what you mean.I know you can use your mouse button to zoom in but that makes all of the printing to large.

  robin_x 13 May 11

Yesterday lunchtime last, ut was fine. Then evening and today, it's the 'on the left'.

I haven't changed any settings to cause it either. Running Adblock and NoSquint but it has been fine with those.

I only installed NoSquint when new PCA site started to get better text and page zoom settings.

The problem is definitely something PCA has done, but what?

  buteman 13 May 11


[The problem is definitely something PCA has done, but what]

It may take a day or two but someone always comes up with a fix.

I could use I/E but prefer Firefox now so will stick with it until someone figures out a fix.

I think it has something to do with Skimlinks or something like that.

  woodchip 13 May 11

Its okay on Flock, this uses a Firefox Engine


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