Infinite load?

  • On boards - with my Firefox (an old one), and perhaps another browser - the index ("Overview") page is o'k, the threads o'k, but when I click on boards (like "Opera for Windows", or "Lounge") it either "loads indefinitely" or 'loading complete' and the process/status bar gets o'k (like "Ready") but the tab icon starts showing as if loading again (more or less indefinitely): the page is actually whole and looks complete and every content is o'k/active... <_<

    It's definitely so with my Firefox (3.16): for a couple of days so, in other browsers I'll check it later (to get sure).
    Anybody else sees such?..

    And by the way - congratulate me with my 1000 :cheers:

  • When I push the "Back" button from a thread, it (usually) again 'infinite loading'... >_> In my Firefox - for now...

    It's definitely so with my Firefox (3.16): for a couple of days so,...

    Not always, though. Now I came to the board to check if somebody'd posted when I submitted this - no "infinite loading":left:

    And besides, the quote button still ain't working for me in my Firefox!..

  • The first time you enter the forums (after signing in) it initially isn't signed in, but then it redirects you to the secure page and logs you in. This shows in your history as two versions of the same page. Opera Presto doesn't handle it very well when you try to use the Back button there; haven't tried Firefox.

  • Steve, autologin must be happening where I "enter" the site: actually it's "Overview" as a 'saved tab' usually - I don't ever close any browser being on a board, nor a thread, nor anyhow else...
    Now I'm with Opera, haven't got the issue since the opening yet... Maybe it was - last time, like yesterday or sompm - I'm not sure. :confused:

  • Ff 3.16: still here.
    In other browsers, it's not so noticeable - not any infinite anyway...

  • (In this thread, it's still kukumar shown as the last poster.)

    Well, today my Google Chrome started to exhibit such 'infinite load' on boards. It seems that on all boards - and nowhere other than the boards.
    Unlike with my Firefox, I can't seem to notice any temporary/intermediate "completeness" upon the browser's delivering a board page.

  • ...today my Google Chrome started to exhibit such 'infinite load' on boards.

    It stopped quite soon here...

  • In other (than my Firefox) browsers it still happens quite often like very longgggg loading of boards... :rolleyes:
    For example, in my Opera now (v.11).

  • Now in Chrome. Boards tend to this 'infinite load' or at least load longer (often "in two sessions") than both higher and lower pages.
    Threads load best of all.

  • The load might not be actually infinite - even in (my) Firefox, I mean: when I hit a board and go to the bathroom or somewhere:) when I come back I see the board (tab) finally loaded (stable) - at least in this session now

  • Infinite load in my Opera (Presto) tonight...

  • Having accessed with another version of Firefox now, initially I had a few instances of such 'infinite loading' on boards in a row, but then it's got o'k. We'll see...
    It's Firefox 4.0.

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    Nah, not long passed, this infinite load resumed happening...


    And now ceased again...

  • Why don't you use Firefox 33?

  • Having accessed with another version of Firefox now, initially I had a few instances of such 'infinite loading' on boards in a row, but then it's got o'k. We'll see...
    It's Firefox 4.0.


    Nah, not long passed, this infinite load resumed happening...


    And now ceased again...

    Well, with this Ff 4.0, such infinite loading on boards either doesn't happen every time - or it looks not so much infinite (sometimes, in the tab title I can see the board's name - shortly, then "Connecting..." - similar to the usual in 3.6, then often the board's title again - still "rolling").

  • Now in Firefox 8.0, such infinite load remains - part time at least (more often first time board load as it seems...).

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