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Pink Blob


Bingalau
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Is anyone else getting a large pink square blob when changing between different items in this forum? With just a bit of information top right saying the page requested is loading. Or is it something applicable to my computer only?

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QuizMan

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There is a Dell advert with a pink square that rotates when changing pages, but I hadn't noticed it until you mentioned it. It seems harmless enough on my PC

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Bingalau

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This is rather big and plain, no advert and remains for about ten to twenty seconds. Not a big problem, just a blinking nuisance.

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sunnystaines

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not seen it on ie9

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Brumas

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I thought for a minute you was changing your username ;o}}

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Brumas

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Bingalau, sorry mate, I retract that statement, your head will be sunburnt by now ;o}}

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HondaMan

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All I am getting is that stupid Blackberry ad!

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sunnystaines

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HondaMan

are you talking about the blackberry advisor top right seems harmless does not play up on ie9

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Bingalau

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I'll get you for that Brumas.....

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