Re: Another Firefox 3.5 problem update

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On Thu, 2009-07-09 at 13:46 -0400, George Avrunin wrote:
> Well, I'm getting strange behavior on www.nytimes.com with FF 3.5 (but not
> enough to make it unusable).
> 
> I'm on F11, fully updated.  When I click on an article, FF seems to think
> that it's loaded twice. I noticed this because the back arrow wouldn't work
> once I had gone to an article. If I click on the list of sites to go back
> to (the small triangle next to the back and forward arrows), it shows the
> current page twice. Clicking on the back arrow doesn't change that.  But
> if I click on something farther down the list, I get back to that page. 

I saw this for a while with F10 and ff3.0.x.  It persisted when I
upgraded to F11.  It's stopped now. AFAICT.  (I reported it to the
nytimes.com Webmaster a couple of days back, but I have not had a
response.  No other sites have behaved this way for me.)

>  
> 
> I tried moving my .mozilla out of the way and starting fresh and saw the
> same behavior.  Konqueror doesn't have this problem.  I haven't tried FF
> 3.5 on a Windows machine.  Any ideas?
> 
>   George
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                Matthew Saltzman

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