Problems replying to posts


#41

I have been having these issues as well; however I have noticed that during this ‘flickering’ the ads either reset or change entirely. This results, at least for me, in the page going back to the top and a screen ‘flicker’. This flickering issue doesn’t happen all the time, and I have not tried see what happens if I turn AdBlock on for this site.

Thanks for the update that you’ll will start looking into it.


#42

Ok, we did a bunch or rebooting, database restoring, cache clearing, etc. Everything looks ok now on my devices and via the test server but… how does it look for you?


#43

Seems ok on my end. No problems for the last 2 days.


#44

The New Post Indicator is still showing after refreshing. So, I guess we will see if this post shows.


#45

[QUOTE=john;189576]Ok, we did a bunch or rebooting, database restoring, cache clearing, etc. Everything looks ok now on my devices and via the test server but… how does it look for you?[/QUOTE]

On an unrelated issue, when you are on the gCaptain home page and you use the Forum button, it directs you to https://gcaptain.com/forum/forum.php instead of http://gcaptain.com/forum/forum.php. The https version is missing styling.

EDIT: After submitting this post, I encountered the same flickering error. Ads refreshing constantly and new posts disappeared. Will reset my cache and cookies.


#46

Still have to refresh to get latest post to show. Running Chrome on OS X, latest versions of both.

Cheers,

Earl

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Followup to my #46: After posting it, same “flickering + unending refresh” problem. Hit “stop loading” (“X”) and refresh and post #46 shows.

Cheers,

Earl


#47

Testing, testing, testing

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[QUOTE=water;189582]Testing, testing, testing[/QUOTE]

Post did not show up, but the page kept flickering/reloading. Had to clear history.

Using Windows 7 and Chrome.


#48

Still can’t get new posts without clearing the cash and cookies and everything, which resets all my sites, not just here.
Windows 10 firefox, samsung tablet, and phone. Even tried a work computer that I had never used for this site, and I got the same days old posts as “new”.


#49

I’m able to post fine but to read anything current, I have to refresh the browser (Firefox).


#50

Testing again. Using Chrome.

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I can see my recent post using Chrome, in IE. Let’s see if I can see it in IE.


#51

[QUOTE=catherder;189587] Let’s see if I can see it in IE.[/QUOTE]

Testing a reply … after a week of problems it seems to be working this afternoon.

Now, let’s see if I can see this.

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[QUOTE=Steamer;189598]Now, let’s see if I can see this.[/QUOTE]

I can see clearly now … after a refresh. It doesn’t automatically display the reply like it used to.


#52

[QUOTE=PineappleOranges;189579]On an unrelated issue, when you are on the gCaptain home page and you use the Forum button, it directs you to https://gcaptain.com/forum/forum.php instead of http://gcaptain.com/forum/forum.php. The https version is missing styling.
[/QUOTE]

This issue has been fixed… still working on the rest.


#53

It seems to be working well today. The only problem I can see now is that it can’t quite remember if I am logged in or not.


#54

Still having to constantly refresh and “logged in” or “not logged in” status changes constantly depending on which thread I click on.


#55

Had to clear my history to get in today.


#56

I have no problem getting in using Chrome. . . but I do have to refresh once in a category or after a post. . .


#57

I have had numerous problems logging in but it is inconsistent.


#58

Me too have such problem


#59

I’ve tried two different browsers and have trouble posting.


#60

[QUOTE=AHTS Master;190048]I’ve tried two different browsers and have trouble posting.[/QUOTE]

Website is poorly maintained. Becoming too aggravating to bother with. Perhaps owners have lost interest due to lack of traffic/money