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    safari
    I do hope I,m in the correct place

    safari has gone a bit naughty it refuses to open some sites
    I,m using safari with bing search engine
    any help please.
    Many thanks.
    David
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    Hi David

    Nice to hear from you again.

    Basic first principles might be:

    Reboot your Mac

    Open Safari > Safari Preferences > Advanced > And Check the Box: Show Develop Menu in Menu Bar.

    Then from the Top Menu Bar of Safari, Click on Develop and, from the dropdown, choose "Empty Caches". Quit Safari and reopen Safari whilst holding down the Shift key.

    If these simple procedures don't work, try to make a note of the site(s) that won't play nicely and try a different Browser.


    Happy to hear the results after the above.

    Ian
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    Ian Many thanks for that info will have a go. I will have a go at changing search engine to try and pinpoint the problem.
    Many thanks once again.
    David
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    Ian. I think we have conquerd the issue.a simple prob
    many thanks once again.
    PS how do I get rid of the right side column on this page
    David
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomos View Post
    how do I get rid of the right side column on this page
    Make the window as wide as you can (not full screen mode). Now grab the top and drag the window to the right until that column is off the screen.

    Sorry, that's the only way to not see that column. You also lose access to the vertical scroll bar, unless you drag the window back to the left.

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    Hi Thanks. The column I can see on the right is a part of the forums.
    it shows new posts
    activity stream
    forum threads
    top tag cloud terms
    Thanks
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    Click on the double red >> to hide the side-pane, it will "remember" that setting for a while and then forget again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomos View Post
    Hi Thanks. The column I can see on the right is a part of the forums.
    it shows new posts
    activity stream
    forum threads
    top tag cloud terms
    Thanks
    In the red bar, for each of those options, there is a collapse button. That is the only option available to us.
    Please backup. Everything has a life cycle, unexpected and warning free. Nothing will last as long as you want it to.
    PS: When there is an accident or error, is the tool to blame or is the fool to blame?

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    Thanks. The red arrows you said are not showings have seen that before but this time no arrows.
    I,ll do a restart to see what the outcome will be.
    David
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    They're not red arrows on my page, they are silvered look like this,

    Screen Shot 2020-06-04 at 7.33.42 AM.png
    Please backup. Everything has a life cycle, unexpected and warning free. Nothing will last as long as you want it to.
    PS: When there is an accident or error, is the tool to blame or is the fool to blame?

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    Hi did a restart but no luck, when I select on the new posting tab it goes to full page then.but there are no arrows red or silver there.
    not a major problem it might correct it self?.
    Thanks.
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    Ashwin,

    Hi and thanks for your help. The double arrow has gone. It disappeared about 2 days ago. I thought I must have done something; but maybe others have noticed the same ting?

    Ian
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    Hmm, interesting, I've always had that thing. I'll take up with our admins and see what's going on, no need to clutter up this thread with more off-topic talk.
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    @Ashwin, When I am in full screen mode (Spaces), that arrow is not there.
    Please backup. Everything has a life cycle, unexpected and warning free. Nothing will last as long as you want it to.
    PS: When there is an accident or error, is the tool to blame or is the fool to blame?

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