Logout from tripod.com -> no internet anymore
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schmurr  Identity Verified
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Feb 14, 2004

hi all,
when I'm on www.tripod.com and click on "Logout", I can't use the internet anymore because at the top of the screen it says "not online mode".
Please help!
Martin from Udine


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Endre Both  Identity Verified
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More info? Feb 14, 2004

Martin,

as a rule, your logging on and off to internet sites cannot possibly affect your ability to be online.

Where exactly do you see the indication "not online mode"?
What browser do you use?
How do you connect to the internet?
What operating system?

Endre

PS: Thanks for refraining from posting the same question in multiple topics.


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schmurr  Identity Verified
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but it does!! :o( Feb 14, 2004

at the very top of the screen where now it says "ProZ.com: ProZ.com Forums -Microsoft Internet Explorer", it says (on the computer I am supposed to use - where I'm now, they are going to throw me out any minute) "off line mode", to whatever page I go. Please help! (I did post this on Proz.com Technical support an hour ago - because I had looked under "T" for Tech Supp and not under "G" - and looked for an answer every minute in vain until I realised that those postings are not published)

[Edited at 2004-02-14 14:37]


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Endre Both  Identity Verified
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Deactivate "Offline mode" in IE Feb 14, 2004

As I wrote to you privately, your IE is probably in Offline Mode. This mode can be toggled on and off in IE's file menu.

Switch it off (no checkmark next to the menu option "Offline mode") and everything should be fine.

Endre


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schmurr  Identity Verified
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thanks, Endre, for your private mail! Feb 14, 2004

I supposed the solution was simple but I had not looked under "File" because that's the least related category...
in the meantime the beadles had closed the room and the computer, and when I switched it on, it proposed "connect" and went OK - whereas yesterday when the same thing happened, after restarting, shutting down and so on always "off line" returned...


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schmurr  Identity Verified
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it has happened again! Feb 14, 2004

I was only trying to go to http://www.mitglied.tripod.de/daf1/artikendungen/adj1.htm !
Thanks to Endre, no problem anymore!
But it remains a mystery...


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Endre Both  Identity Verified
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IE should always ask you before switching to offline mode Feb 14, 2004

If it doesn't, I suspect something has gone wrong.

Maybe you could check you computer for viruses and "malware"?

You certainly have a virus scanner already (make sure it's updated); for malware, you could try Adaware from www.lavasoft.de .

Endre


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