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- Who uses a Mac?

Published: 08 Nov 2007 - 18:09 by rippa rit

Updated: 10 Nov 2007 - 00:35

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drop.shot uses a Mac and has problems with his posts coming through?

Anybody else use a Mac?

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From drop-shot - 10 Nov 2007 - 00:35   -   Updated: 10 Nov 2007 - 00:35


Well, good guess but I doubt... I write to the other forums and it goes through easy... It's only my favorite squashgame site that makes me choke my words...

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From nickhitter - 09 Nov 2007 - 23:01

are you behind a company firewall at work by any chance??? sometimes network admin guys block or partially restrick uploading (i.e posting text in this case) to certain sites. Normally used to stop people looking at porn but who knows!


 


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From drop-shot - 09 Nov 2007 - 18:53   -   Updated: 09 Nov 2007 - 18:53


maybe that is THE SIGN to focus on work when I am at work :-)

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From rippa rit - 09 Nov 2007 - 07:32   -   Updated: 09 Nov 2007 - 07:33

drop.shot at least a few posts have been coming through - if you, firstly,do them in Notepad it can save a lot of grief if the post turns to "white cells" as you call it.

Maybe your work computer is playing tricks on you? Funny the HOME done post came through OK - is there a moral to that story!

Ray looked into this problem before but it was not actually solved by the sound of it. 

Sparty, thanks for your help on this, and if you two can sort out the answer that would be good as we do not want the blank posts as in the "technifibre racquet" post and drop.shot, or anyone else for that matter, "spitting chips" looking at the blanks.

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From drop-shot - 09 Nov 2007 - 06:39   -   Updated: 09 Nov 2007 - 06:39


At home (means NOW)  I use iMac24" 2.4GHz with Mac OS X 10.4.10 with planned upgrade to Jaguar. Mozilla Firefox 2.0.0.9 is the newest updated version of software I have. I know about difficulties and limitations of Safari so I do not use it (though I have it installed) 


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From nickhitter - 09 Nov 2007 - 05:31

That's interesting because i've never had a problem with firefox here. I've had loads of probs with safari on other forums so gave up on it a while ago.


I use a Macbook Pro running osx 10.4.10 and a Mac Pro on the same OS. what OS version are you on?


 


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From drop-shot - 08 Nov 2007 - 21:59   -   Updated: 08 Nov 2007 - 21:59

As it seems, sometimes it "works well" sometmes not...



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From drop-shot - 08 Nov 2007 - 21:57   -   Updated: 08 Nov 2007 - 21:57

Sparty, I am sorry but I have to disagree with you on that one.

I do use Mac (MacBook and iMac24") and I do face quite a bunch of issues writing to the forum. Just for your info - I am using both Safari and Mozilla Firefox browsers. It happens too often that I loose my answers into empty white cells :-(

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From nickhitter - 08 Nov 2007 - 19:47

It's not using a mac that's a problem, it's their included browser Safari. I also use a mac but use Firefox as it works around a lot of compatablity problems with websites that don't support Safari.


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