Just my thoughts....
Also can't create one.
Published on November 4, 2018 By RedneckDude In Forum Issues


I can't post a reply from Internet Explorer, yet I can from Chrome and Edge.

 

Anyone else with this issue?

 

Anyone have any ideas other than clear the cache, which I have already done?


Comments (Page 2)
on Nov 05, 2018

Replying with IE 11. 

If you can see this reply, then the problem should be fixed!

on Nov 05, 2018

I see it

 

on Nov 05, 2018

This is a test with IE.

on Nov 05, 2018

Just stop using browsers from before the stone age.

 

on Nov 05, 2018

Hey maybe it's fixed....

on Nov 05, 2018

Yup, fixed! Thanks, T-Man!!!!

on Nov 05, 2018

T-man removed the Forum SPIF (Special Person Improvement Feature).

 

Procedure (Make RND's IE crash)

If user = RND and browser = IE then

Run Function Crash RND's IE Session (100,0)

End If

Function Crash RND's IE Session (number of sheep, number of cows)

number of sheep / number of cows

Loop until RND opens a different browser

End Function.

Personally I thought that was some great forum coding and the first SPIF we have had around here in too long.

 

on Nov 05, 2018

Maybe a SPIF for Micronut itself? That would be interesting.

on Nov 27, 2018

This issue has re arisen.

I created a thread today that I couldn't do from IE, had to use Chrome.

on Nov 27, 2018

Ok, so I can reply from IE, but I apparently can't start my own thread from IE.

on Nov 27, 2018

I even had to use Chrome to edit the title to say (UNSOLVED).  IE would not do it.

on Nov 27, 2018

RedneckDude

Ok, so I can reply from IE, but I apparently can't start my own thread from IE.

I was able to create with IE:

https://forums.stardock.com/492211/test-with-ie

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Sean Drohan
Stardock Customer Service Manager

on Nov 27, 2018

I haven't used IE in years....

on Nov 27, 2018

RedneckDude

Ok, so I can reply from IE, but I apparently can't start my own thread from IE.

Should be fixed now.  Since it's a Javascript fix and the file may be cached, you may need to perform a hard refresh, CTRL-F5, to update the javascript file.

on Nov 27, 2018

RedneckDude

I even had to use Chrome to edit the title to say (UNSOLVED).  IE would not do it.

EEE....IE....I....OHHH