While working on a Hub yesterday my browser(Firefox 184.108.40.206) crashed. Afterwards I am not able to edit my hub, moderate comments and view stats of individual Hubs. What should I do now?
Thanks and Regards
Sun I know this is hearsay but try using IE - will tell you if its a browser issue for a start..
Thanks for the suggestion Llissie. I tried it with Opera 9.2 and it crashed. But on IE 6 everything went fine. Paul, Its a browser problem I guess. But then HP is supposed to be optimized for Firefox. Perhaps the latest update is causing it?. I updated only yesterday. How do I roll back? I am more comfortable using FireFox. Thanks
We didn't change anything. There must be something strange with the firefox upgrade.
I thought so too. I didn't see too many of us complaining about this. Thanks a lot Paul for looking into this.
I am using a mac, and since "upgrading" to leopard, I lost my drop down menus in Firefox and have had to switch to Camino - which works just fine. I prefer Firefox as a browser though. Oh well.....
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