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I logged on to Geekstogo today with Firefox 1.0.7 and the formatting of the forum was really messed up. I see no borders or anything, it appears to only show text and links. I can post a screenshot if it would help. I was just wondering if it was a problem on my end or a problem on the forum end?
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click on the button that says options..then where it says display mode...switch that to normal
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Unfortunately the options menu does not work in Firefox right now, works fine in IE though. I'll try troubleshooting it on my end to see if I can find anything wrong.

Edited by Vikesrock8411, 23 November 2005 - 01:41 PM.

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are you in the low res version of the forum?
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nope, clearing cache and restarting Windows are no-gos as well. I'm going ot try reinstalling Firefox when I get back from b-ball practice.

Edit: That's odd problem just fixed itself

Edited by Vikesrock8411, 23 November 2005 - 02:06 PM.

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Sounds like a CSS cache issue. FireFox does that to me ocassionally on all sites as well. Usually a forced refresh (ctrl+F5) corrects it.
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