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7/27/2015 6:31 am  #1


test post #5

i hate having to do captchas


Take everything as it comes; the wave passes, deal with the next one.

Tom Thomson, 1877-1917
 

7/27/2015 6:31 am  #2


Re: test post #5

post # 6


Take everything as it comes; the wave passes, deal with the next one.

Tom Thomson, 1877-1917
     Thread Starter
 

7/27/2015 6:33 am  #3


Re: test post #5

#7

At least 30 seconds have to pass between posts. Please wait a little while and try posting again.


spam flood control...I should have known that.  d'oh


Take everything as it comes; the wave passes, deal with the next one.

Tom Thomson, 1877-1917
     Thread Starter
 

7/27/2015 6:34 am  #4


Re: test post #5

#8


Take everything as it comes; the wave passes, deal with the next one.

Tom Thomson, 1877-1917
     Thread Starter
 

7/27/2015 6:36 am  #5


Re: test post #5

#9

30 seconds is a lot longer that it would seem to be


Take everything as it comes; the wave passes, deal with the next one.

Tom Thomson, 1877-1917
     Thread Starter
 

7/27/2015 6:38 am  #6


Re: test post #5

#10

 


Take everything as it comes; the wave passes, deal with the next one.

Tom Thomson, 1877-1917
     Thread Starter
 

7/27/2015 6:40 am  #7


Re: test post #5

I've posted the following on the Chome Help Forum at 
https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/chrome/5sXmGrj_0yc;context-place=forum/chrome
(copy-paste entire URL into new browser window)

I've started a trial forum with Boardhost.

http://algonquinadventures.boardhost.com/index.php

It uses PHP processing. It works fine on MSExplorer, Safari and Firefox browsers.
However, Chrome locks-up when trying to process some of its functions.
 Are there some adjustments to Chrome that can be made to help.
 Or is Chrome inherently unable to process PHP?

Maybe some insight will result?

 

7/27/2015 6:46 am  #8


Re: test post #5

It's interesting that I've read that folks having problems with IE or Firefox often try Chrome, and it helps.

So weird that all these browsers treat each software differently.  One would think that a browser would be compatible with as many common software options as possible.

 


Take everything as it comes; the wave passes, deal with the next one.

Tom Thomson, 1877-1917
     Thread Starter
 

7/27/2015 6:46 am  #9


Re: test post #5

Barbara. Which web-browser are you using?

 

7/27/2015 7:07 am  #10


Re: test post #5

Oops, I forgot to add that.

Firefox, latest version I think.

Windows ???  I can't remember.

Don't forget the mobile users.  So many people are using their phones now for viewing the internet.


Take everything as it comes; the wave passes, deal with the next one.

Tom Thomson, 1877-1917
     Thread Starter
 

7/27/2015 8:17 am  #11


Re: test post #5

This posting is made on my old Sony tablet using the 3rd party Dolphin browser.
http://www.algonquinadventures.com/resource/images/CCR.jpg


So, it works fine .. images and all!

 

7/27/2015 8:25 am  #12


Re: test post #5

This is on my old Sony tablet using Chrome Beta.

But it looks like Chrome Beta won't allow for image insertion!

 

7/27/2015 8:35 am  #13


Re: test post #5

This is the regular Chrome browser on my Sony tablet. Again, no option to insert an image!

 

7/27/2015 8:40 am  #14


Re: test post #5

This post is also on the Sony tablet, using it's preloaded browser.  Not option to load a picture.

 

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