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ATS Chat and Mozilla Firefox

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posted on May, 8 2011 @ 11:44 AM
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Most of you FF users know that when you use chat you have to click a bazillion times before it works
.

My question is, are you guys working for a fix for this? It's quite irritable and when I first started chat I thought it was just a minor bug and it would get fixed. It has been quite some time now, so it's time to maybe fix it
?

Good Day!




posted on May, 8 2011 @ 01:31 PM
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Originally posted by prolific
Most of you FF users


Had better begin to pay... No pay no play.

Users=losers.

Get your own material.




FF



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 01:47 PM
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Originally posted by Fractured.Facade

Originally posted by prolific
Most of you FF users


Had better begin to pay... No pay no play.

Users=losers.

Get your own material.




FF


Can't help it man.
Fix yourself?



posted on Jun, 1 2011 @ 02:02 AM
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I can't figure this one out either.. I cleared ALL my cache, removed ALL cookies, updated ALL plugins (flash, shockwave, _javascript) and the chat refuses to load in Firefox 4.0.1; it works fine in Chrome for me... but chrome's already annoying me with other things like completely starting downloads over if I pause them... if anyone can figure this out please post something up on here.

Wait a minute I might have just figured it out, ATS is automatically putting a "_" (underscore) in front of the word "_javascript" -- I did NOT type the underscore.) Java did come out with a new update recently, could be a bug in it somewhere....
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from the chat once i finally got in with FF:



3:34 Time2Think: because on the forums if you type "__javascript" it automatically places a "_" (undescore) in front of the string... and if you click on chat, then accept terms, then sit and wait (nothing happens)... then close and reopen it, it works.
» because it's storing the "yes" value of the T&C in cookies


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