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I think they are letting that java programmer apprentice have another go. I wish they would give him another job, like send him for a left handed screwdriver

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I think they are letting that java programmer apprentice have another go. I wish they would give him another job, like send him for a left handed screwdriver

Isn't this site is just off-the-shelf software?

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No it isn't fully sorted because there's an error on this line:

function displaybanner () {

if(typeof opbanner != "undefined") {

var targ = document.getElementById('banner');

opbanner = processInlineStyles(opbanner);

targ.innerHTML = opbanner;

} else {

setTimeout('displaybanner()', 500);

}

}

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No it isn't fully sorted because there's an error on this line:

function displaybanner () {

if(typeof opbanner != "undefined") {

var targ = document.getElementById('banner');

opbanner = processInlineStyles(opbanner);

targ.innerHTML = opbanner;

} else {

setTimeout('displaybanner()', 500);

}

}

It`s running OK for me on IE6. I will report your problem to WM

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Thanks, Charlie. I use IE6 as well. However, I have just-in-time-debugging turned on.

This comes up every time:

---------------------------

Error

---------------------------

A Runtime Error has occurred.

Do you wish to Debug?

Line: 18

Error: 'null' is null or not an object

---------------------------

Yes No

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Edited by megaflop

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Anyone else finding it slow again?

I'm now bored with this and my cynical inner voice is suspicious.

Yes very frustrating.

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when i tried to login to the topic about the priced out cats that worked in the city of bristol and i got this:

struct utmp {

char ut_user[32]; /* User login name */

char ut_id[14]; /* /etc/inittab id- IDENT_LEN in init */

char ut_line[32]; /* device name (console, lnxx) */

short ut_type; /* type of entry */

pid_t ut_pid; /* process id */

struct exit_status {

short e_termination; /* Process termination status */

short e_exit; /* Process exit status */

} ut_exit; /* The exit status of a process

* marked as RIGHT_FREDS_DEAD_PROCESS.

what gives ??

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I'm finding the site slow. Has it maybe got something to do with the not so discreet ADS?? :angry:

So hating those ads, squashing up the discussion forum. I'm confused. :blink: Not difficult, granted. :rolleyes:

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Just to allay my fears, can someone here please confirm that this site is free of Spyware and Adware?

The internet is getting so riddled with this rubbish, which screws up computers, that I'm getting rather paranoid about visiting any sites other than BBC.

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Just to allay my fears, can someone here please confirm that this site is free of Spyware and Adware?

The internet is getting so riddled with this rubbish, which screws up computers, that I'm getting rather paranoid about visiting any sites other than BBC.

No spyware to my knowledge although we will shortly be moving to an ad agency serving ads and they will probably uses cookies to determine which ads you've seen etc. Will look into that though and will update the privacy policy when we go live with this.

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So hating those ads, squashing up the discussion forum. I'm confused. :blink: Not difficult, granted. :rolleyes:

Firefox users , I forgot who recommend this the other day Adblock plusbut it works, if you want to get shut of the ads.

That said, loading is still definately slower than before Furba took over.

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While were at it....

Ive notived the breadcrumb/links back to discussion at the bottom of the page have been removed.

To go back [and please dont say "but you can use 'back' on browser" as its a cached/old version of page with no updates] you have to scroll all way to the top of a page, and its a royal pain in the ****

Speaking as a web developer I have to say its lousy usability, and cant see any reason why it's been removed in 1st place

Please put it back

Thanks

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So hating those ads, squashing up the discussion forum. I'm confused. :blink: Not difficult, granted. :rolleyes:

These ads are better off aligned horizontally as they create a lot of empty space yet squash up the forum.

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The speed of the site is so bad I visit far less than I used to.

Judging by how long the threads stay on page one, I'd say others are doing the same.

Unless things get back to normal pretty soon. I'm willing to bet HPC will crash and burn long before the proper HPC takes place.

I'll be sorry to see the site go under, so much for the promised improvements that commercialism would bring.

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