Has anyone else been having problems with the threads being scrambled. If not then I will clear my cookies and browsing history. This seams to be the only site saved in my bookmarked pages that I seem to have problems with.
No problems here.
Yes I have noticed it, if I refresh the page they straighten out. Not sure the cause at this point.
Yes, I've had it for about 3 days now. Refreshing the page doesn't seem to help.
Allow me to eat crow, refreshing the page does appear to cure it temporarily.
Ok so it's not just me. RE;"refreshing the page does appear to cure it temporarily", that's what I am finding also.
I have it too.
I had to refresh twice in a row to get it all correct. First refresh did most of it and then another and this thread looks OK. Weird.
Hi Mark, I've noticed it as well over the last few days and lived with it...thanks for the "refresh" or "reload" hint. It solved the scrambled format of threads at least on my 'puter. W
Don't know about IE as a browser because MTFCA site and my IE just don't get along period for other reasons and it gets a 'hang' on my end so I stopped using it long ago.
On my Chrome browser which I use for MTFCA on the same computer...the posters header appears under the actual post sometimes...the actual order seems OK and it sometimes makes a tough read but I get through. Refresh/reload does not seem to help.
I am using Google Chrome and I've noticed the problem for the past 3 days or so. As others have said, refreshing the page clears things up. I can live with it.
Those having problems and using IE might try this.
Go to control panel and select "internet options".
Click on the "advanced tab"
Click on "Restore advanced settings" then on "apply"
Then click on "reset" and check the box "delete personal settings"
Then click "reset"
You will lose your home page but that can be easily reset.
This essentially returns all the settings in IE to when it was new (or first installed). Doesn't fix every problem but cures many problems of the above type.
BTW I do this over the phone with customers frequently. They often say they cannot find the command to click on. Trust me it's there. Just look for it! Instructions apply for IE8 and up.
I am using Chrome and like I said, this is the only site that is scrambling. Chris is aware of the situation.
F5 is the shortcut key for refresh.
On IE and Chrome, probably the others too.
Must be a problem for ersatz browsers. No problem here using Microsoft IE 7 or 10.
No problems using Firefox