I seem to have lost reverse....

Discussion in 'Community Feedback' started by yellowbelly, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. yellowbelly

    yellowbelly Member

    When reading a thread, I used to be able to 'click' the arrow indicated......
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    ....in order to read a 'quoted post' by another poster.
    This arrow doesn't seem to work now.
    It's hardly life changing, I know, but it's often handy to read a quoted post in it's proper context in a thread.
    Had a major laptop meltdown before Christmas and everything had to be re-loaded - did something not get switched on?

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  2. Mine doesn't work either, also the forum is running really slow when loading pages and a few other bits arnt working right :rolleyes: but what do we know:whistle:
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  3. llamedos

    llamedos Staff Member

    Oop North ish
    It no longer works if the quoted post is on the same page.
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  4. yellowbelly

    yellowbelly Member

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  5. Aren't we a pair o numptys :banghead:.
    So there's just the problem of the forum loading slow. And no its not my tablet because my phone does it as well :p
  6. yellowbelly

    yellowbelly Member

    You've been spoilt by the luxury of fast broadband - it never rushes about here so I've not noticed any difference:rolleyes:
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  7. Now that depends on which browser you use. It's working for me with Safari on a Mac.
  8. Well arent you a lucky fecker then ;)
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  9. This was discussed in another thread sometime last year. Some browsers it worked, some it didn't.
  10. You can have my reverse - I’ve been going backwards for long enough .
  11. :wacky::p
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  12. yellowbelly

    yellowbelly Member

    I only noticed it wasn't working last night - as I said in the OP, it's sumat or nowt, but as I'd had to reload everything, I wondered if I' not switched something ono_O
  13. Use a different browser (y)
  14. yellowbelly

    yellowbelly Member

    Don't go getting all technical on me:eek: - when I say I had to reload everything, I use that phrase in the loosest possible sense - what I really mean is that I had to wait while my 'I.T.'consultant came home for Christmas to do it:facepalm::LOL::LOL:
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  15. Firefox and Safari work properly, Opera and Chrome don't.
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