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Got the same strange problem in windoze with netscape.
When posting my title of my post got filled in search??
Don't know now... But I'am used to odities in netcape. Like sometimes iy won't load any page...After reboot it works fine...

Don't know what the problem is, but hey thank the world for different products so I can switch when I want.
Blame the world for different products and platforms(try to program cross-platform, or make a website that looks and works fine on all platforms with all browsers and you'll know what I mean!)


In reply to RE: Why doesn't posting messages on this forum work? by toadi
in thread Why doesn't posting messages on this forum work? by Anonymous Monk

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