Site not functional with Firefox

  johndrew 13 Aug 11

For the past two days the PCA forums has rejected any post I try to make using Firefox with the 'reload' box appearing consistently and repeatedly. Is this a 'feature' of the new site attempting to push users towards IE (which does work) or is there a problem with Firefox?

Any suggestion as to a cure would be appreciated.

  johndrew 13 Aug 11

Should have said it will allow me to start a thread though.

  bremner 13 Aug 11

I access this site in FF5 and have no problems posting

  daz60 13 Aug 11

I use FF5,seems ok.

  CurlyWhirly 13 Aug 11

I also use Firefox 5.0 and have no problems.

  morddwyd 13 Aug 11

I'm using 3.5 with no problems.

  johndrew 13 Aug 11

My FF is 3.6.18 and was fine until the last couple of days. Must be a glitch somewhere as I note others have remarked on similar messages when posting in the past.

Thanks for letting me have your opinions and experiences.

  I am Spartacus 13 Aug 11

I'm also using 3.6.18 and I'll see if this post works.

  Graphicool1 13 Aug 11

I use FF5 and I'm finding it one long battle. Wether responding to a thread or trying to start a new one. Fingers crossed it responds now?

For the last 15 minutes I've been trying to start a new thread in the Helproom. So far no luck.

  Woolwell 13 Aug 11

I'm using FF5 without problems but banner ads are blocked.

  sunnystaines 13 Aug 11

firefox 6.0 final build out today


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