I'm a user of FireFox and I recently graded to the newest version 8, and it appears that there seems to be an issue with the "loading" of the next page, which FireFox grants users.
Meaning, when I am on the forum's main thread and I proceed to the bottom, it loads the next page and you can continue to just scroll downward. However, when you do continue to scroll downward, the font style of the list of threads changes to much smaller fonts, almost barely readable.
Secondly, I've also noticed that you can only scroll so many pages and then are forced to click on the next page. I think it's limited to scrolling 10 pages and if the thread is 15 pages in length, then you actually have to click on either 11 or next to get to the following pages.
Would you please check into these things and make the necessary changes.
Thank you for your time.
Give it some time Ray,
With the release of FF8 only being a few days there may be some CSS and HTML issues with the new version.
There is a FF plugin that does this - automatically loads the next pages in the same window. Check whether it is installed - it may be added as a default even if you did not do it yourself.
Hey Sidd, the next page feature is working.....it is the display of the fonts that I'm questioning.
The release of Firefox 9 will be in no time at all too. I've had all sorts of problems with my plugins and the like, since there have been so many FF version updates this year already. It's getting silly.
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