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Re: Personal Peak Checklists in Google Chrome

Postby dcbates80911 » Sat Jul 11, 2009 7:09 am

Just did a complete reset (cleared everything) and I can update now. Also checked the comments on TR's and looked at other people's checklists (original problem) and both look good. Hope this fixes it.

As alway, thanks.
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Re: Personal Peak Checklists in Google Chrome

Postby BillMiddlebrook » Sat Jul 11, 2009 7:12 am

I also removed the problem code where there are "comment" areas throughout the site. It was happening on gear classifieds and user photo uploads.

I'll keep looking.

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Re: Personal Peak Checklists in Google Chrome

Postby MUni Rider » Sat Jul 11, 2009 3:33 pm

BillMiddlebrook wrote:I also removed the problem code where there are "comment" areas throughout the site. It was happening on gear classifieds and user photo uploads.

I'll keep looking.



ooooh, a scavenger hunt! Those are fun!

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