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    I'm getting this now for the first time on firefox 4.0.1 on OS 10.6.7.

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    Mine is doing the coin toss attitude maybe fine on one thread and not another just not consistent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6string View Post
    I'm getting this now for the first time on firefox 4.0.1 on OS 10.6.7.
    Getting what? I'm not seeing anything strange.
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    Oh, I think I see what he means, now that I opened up Firefox. There is a huge white blank margin on the right, which makes the horizontal scrolling bars appear. I can't even make them got away by stretching my browser across my entire iMac screen.

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    Look at the bottom he is getting a scroll bar that was not on this forum a couple of days ago although his is not as bad as mine.

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    I'm pretty sure it's an ad issue. Let me report this thread.
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    This is when it gets bad.
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    Thanks, I've asked the iNET devs to take a look.
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    I have the same problem in Safari & FireFox but it displays OK in Chrome so I'm having to use that to browse the forum.

    It's something to do with the code in the header adverts I think as this appears right next to the advert and as it's so long the page width of the forum is increased so you have to scroll across a long way to read anything.

    var _ifid = Math.floor( Math.random() * 100 );document.write(""); try{var ifr = document.getElementById("_cwif"+_ifid);doc = ifr.contentDocument;doc.writeln("");var f = doc.getElementById('_cwsf1');f.method = 'POST';f.action = "http://tag.contextweb.com/TagPublish/sc.aspx?cs=531322_4_95751%40EMPTY%40.contextweb.co m%4006%2F04%2F2011%40%252F*531322_4_95751%40130721 8913502%40.contextweb.com%4006%2F04%2F2011%40%252F *V%40t7jBL9qpGr2h%40.contextweb.com%4006%2F16%2F20 11%40%252F*vf%401%40.contextweb.com%4006%2F05%2F20 11%40%252F";f.submit();} catch(e) {}
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    Ok this is what I found after playing with it all morning if you turn JavaScript off the forum works and feels like it did for years enable JS and it goes back to extra wide page mode with bottom scroll bar.

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    Nothing with FF4, Chrome or Safari. Weird...
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    Ok, I opened up Firefox and suddenly noticed the same thing (A 143 px white space on the right)
    Safari is ok, just Firefox is screwing something up.
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    We're aware, thanks for all of the updates. It's related to the way different browsers render certain code. IMOG has been tweaking it here and there for the last couple of days.
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    Mm, ok.
    From what I can tell it's related to the <div class"socialbuttons"> section, if I block it from loading the page renders correctly.
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    I can tell you that on both of my Macs, a late 2010 iMac running 10.6.7, and my 2011 17" MBP, also running 10.6.7., it's happening.

    I only use Safari, so I haven't checked other browsers. However, I'm typing this on my ThinkPad using Chrome, and it's fine.

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