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Big Dogs Cock (539391) writes | more than 12 years ago

User Journal 2

Ah yes - you can post in your journal when you're banned.

Actually I'm at work so I can't do anything about the IP address - it was posting from here as King of Chat which got me banned - mainly due to some suspect moderation.

Slashcode updates seem to be particularly annoying - I'm sure before that if you hit the 20 seconds thing before, just going "back", "submit" would be OK. Now it seems to start the 20 seconds all over again. Bollocks.Ah yes - you can post in your journal when you're banned.

Actually I'm at work so I can't do anything about the IP address - it was posting from here as King of Chat which got me banned - mainly due to some suspect moderation.

Slashcode updates seem to be particularly annoying - I'm sure before that if you hit the 20 seconds thing before, just going "back", "submit" would be OK. Now it seems to start the 20 seconds all over again. Bollocks.

PS No hangover today.

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Depends on the browser (2)

keesh (202812) | more than 12 years ago | (#3869478)

Some browsers refresh the page when you hit back, some don't.

Re:Depends on the browser (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#3869587)

Yeah, like business-friendly MSIE. The only surefire way to get a non-refreshed back page is to go offline. I guess they don't want people to see old ads. At least with Mozilla or even ad-laden Opera, you'll get a quick refresh when you click back. Don't even get me started with IE's saving of web pages.
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