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Kami_1 wrote on 15/03/2019, 19:13

Could someone list or give me a link to all the letters and numbers used here. Or tell me which forum I can post this in.

I don't understand what they indicate. The most important one for me is "Follow Your Own Posts by Default" in SETTINGS and on this page. Choice is M or N. I'm guessing that N is No. So what does M stand for.

At least the ones for posting message have popups to tell you what they are, except for I want to follow this post. Where do they come up with these letters which don't relate to a word starting with the letter?

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CubeAce wrote on 15/03/2019, 20:46

@Kami_1

Are you using a phone or a PC to log into here as I'm not seeing anything you describe?

(I'm using a desktop PC.)

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Kami_1 wrote on 15/03/2019, 22:07

PC, Windows 7, Firefox (latest). HMMMM. Since you don't see it, I just logged in to Chrome. It's all different, normal. Here's what it looks like in Firefox. Guess I'll be using Chrome for this forum. Thanks!

johnebaker wrote on 15/03/2019, 22:52

@Kami_1

Hi Kami

The problem is your Firefox has a corrupt cache folder - to clear it:

  1. click the 'hamburger' icon top right and select Options, Privacy & Security
  2. scroll down to Cookies and Site data
  3. click Clear data
  4. uncheck Cookies and site data to leave Cached web data checked
  5. click Clear

HTH

John EB

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Kami_1 wrote on 15/03/2019, 23:02

Done. Didn't work. Still have UI as shown in the s-shot.

CubeAce wrote on 15/03/2019, 23:11

@Kami_1

Odd. I'm using Firefox as well.

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ericlnz wrote on 15/03/2019, 23:27

I'm also using Firefox and have no problems.

Kami_1 wrote on 15/03/2019, 23:34

Which version of Windows? I'm using 7.

CubeAce wrote on 16/03/2019, 02:36

@Kami_1

Also using Win7 Pro 64bit.

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Kami_1 wrote on 16/03/2019, 05:29

This is very weird.

wongck wrote on 17/03/2019, 02:03

Just do a quick test in IE.

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Kami_1 wrote on 17/03/2019, 05:05

This is from IE.  Normal UI.  Obviously a problem with Firefox on my computer.