Problem posting peer comments, etc.
Thread poster: Irina Romanova-Wasike

Irina Romanova-Wasike
Russian Federation
Local time: 14:57
English to Russian
Jan 12, 2007

I just want to confirm if it's only my browser problem or it's general.
When I'm in Mozilla I'm often unable to post comments, answers or ask asker on the Kudoz page. I press "Send" and the page is updated without my comment, etc. Have to try several times or log out and log in again before the comment is accepted.
In IE I'm more successful but prefer to work with Mozilla.
What could it be?

same happened when posting this message. Had to redo it in IE


Local time: 04:57
Spanish to English
+ ...
It does indeed happen with Mozilla, but it might be a Proz problem. Jan 13, 2007

Mozilla is so much better than other browsers in other respects that it seems worth jumping to IE for the few times we want to paste comments in ProZ. It doesn't seem to be a problem in other sites. Maybe Proz can fix it.


Irina Romanova-Wasike
Russian Federation
Local time: 14:57
English to Russian
seems to be rectified now Jan 15, 2007

Thank you, Ruth, for the reply!
I really thought my browser went berserk. It was so irritating to keep on reposting.

But it seems to work fine now.

Nice dayicon_smile.gif


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