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Old 02-20-2014, 01:27 PM   #1
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Is it just me or have others had problems with ads popping up and covering some posts so you can't read it?
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No, it's not just you. Some are having this issue. It is being addressed
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Glad to know, I've been deleting cookies, data etc. because I didn't have this problem before. Now I can stop researching what may be wrong with my ipad :-)
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It's fine on my computer, I have the problems on my I pad and I phone. Lately it's been o.k. on my I pad but still bad on my I phone. Drives me crazy because the ads will cover up half of a post and I cant read it or remove the ad.
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I think it has something to do with a person's video settings. I keep reading people complaining about ads covering the posts, but on my computer its fine. I am running Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7 and an NVIDEA video card that's probably different from 99.99% of other users. The only time the ads start overlapping the posts is when I turn up the zoom beyond 250%.
Not saying its a problem with your computer. If the Chatroom's software presents the posts properly on only 90% of the member's screens, then the problem is with the Chatroom's software.
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Ok, now posts are disapearing. Today gselectrical posted on this thead that's why I responded.....now it's gone?????
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I get an ad covering the post on the right-hand side and below it a "Pictures" box (regardless of the thread I'm viewing). Am using Firefox under Windows 7 Starter on an Acer Aspire One.
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I get an ad covering the post on the right-hand side and below it a "Pictures" box (regardless of the thread I'm viewing). Am using Firefox under Windows 7 Starter on an Acer Aspire One.
That's everything I use on my laptop and it's an Acer but I haven't had a problem on that....yet. But I use my iPad or iPhone most of the time.
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Ok, now posts are disapearing. Today gselectrical posted on this thead that's why I responded.....now it's gone?????
His post is gone because it was a spam post.
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