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Forum Title glitch?


CrypticQuery

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This happens to me intermittently, but the regular forum logo at the top seems to load incorrectly, and I can't seem to fix it.  I've tried clearing cookies, but to no avail. 

Here's a picture of what I'm talking about;

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Maybe it's something to do with the screen resolution? I have no idea, that's just a wild guess. I wouldn't even know if that would really affect the banner display.

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Hmm, must be some kinda glitch?

I'm pretty sure it is, although I'm not sure if it's my setup or the forum :P.  It was fine two days ago, and then I log on and BAM, it fails :lol:

Maybe it's something to do with the screen resolution? I have no idea, that's just a wild guess. I wouldn't even know if that would really affect the banner display.

I'm not sure really, it worked fine two days ago but I'll check :D

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It could be the browser you're using?

He's using FireFox, and as far as I know a lot of other members here use FireFox and haven't encountered this problem. Unless they haven't spoken up about it, of course.

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Maybe it's something to do with the screen resolution? I have no idea, that's just a wild guess. I wouldn't even know if that would really affect the banner display.

Just checked, my screen resolution wasn't changed, it's at the max :P

It could be the browser you're using?

He's using FireFox, and as far as I know a lot of other members here use FireFox and haven't encountered this problem. Unless they haven't spoken up about it, of course.

There we go :D

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Then IDK, :oops: Sorry man.

Thanks for your ideas though :D

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That's weird, it went back to normal now....I don't think I did anything different either :shock:

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That's weird, it went back to normal now....I don't think I did anything different either :shock:

Hm, that's strange. I hope it stays that way now, haha!  :lol:

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This problem happened with me. I don't know why, but I would have to switch to internet explorer for the time being (Usually an hour or two) while closing all Firefox windows, then it would work nicely.

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This has never happened to me before, it has to be some sort of glitch. At least it's working for you now.

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Clear your cache (Tools > Clear Recent History : check "Cache" : click "Clear Now"). You probably have a corrupt version of the image in your cache that the browser is loading.

It isn't server-side, as it loads fine for me and nothing mucked with that code lately, so it's on your end whatever it is.

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It was either what DZ said, it may be your enternet connection, or it could be that your computer has a little more data to process, thus causing the frame-rate to be lowered temporarily for the forum design.

No. If that were the case, the image would still load, albeit slowly.

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Thanks DZ, I'll be sure to try that if it happens again :P

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  • 4 weeks later...

That usually happens to me when the page is loading then after about 3 seconds it turns to normal.

BTW, this happens to both Firefox and Chrome, so two different browsers with the same settings wouldn't affect it differently.

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This hasn't happened yet to me while I use Internet Explorer...

I love how after reading this your signature is so big, "Coincedence."

but... I've never had this issue.

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