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I usually run Opera (latest version) as my web browser, but for some days now the screen has refused to redraw correctly and the site is **VERY VERY** slooooow.
Anybody else experienced this?
Other sites load and display correctly in Opera and other browsers, but not this one.
OK hear running Flock Browser on a XP Laptop< Turn Java and jaqva script off on mine while on this site it speeds it up
WinXP SP3 IE7 No problems
No problems on IE 8
Unless you're referring to some settings somewhere different? My settings are as follows...
IE Properties - 'Security'
Scripting of Java applets (enabled)
IE Properties - 'Advanced'
Use JRE 1.6.0_13 for <applets> (enabled)
Ah! Someone else has this problem with Opera! It is not just me then!
For me, PCA is fine with IE6, IE7, Firefox and Safari.
I have posted this on the Opera forums and can only describe my reception there as very unfriendly. I have had two threads locked, and a post to a third removed. And some private emails ripping into me. I don’t think I will be going back! Just potter here in the friendly PCA site!!
One interesting thing one person said that they can get on to PCA perfectly OK with, and without, JS enabled.
I am now trying Safari.
Skeletal You are not alone with your Opera problems and pc advisor site I have had this problem for three days Have seen your post on Opera Forum and was surprised it was locked I could not see why I connect OK with Internet Ex and Firefox Have done all checks including re download of Java latest All checks show my Computer is clear of all nasties Are you any nearer solving this problem Cheers Vixenight
Using latest version of Opera, no problem here on this site, never use any other browser and is set on its default settings, banking, credit card transactions, opening pdf docs, listen to the radio-BBC1/2/4 live & listen again, never a problem, have used Opera for some time now very happy with it.
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In the depths of the Opera site is a blog where someone is going on about how many sites look for the Opera identifier, and if they see someone is using Opera, the site changes its behaviour which stops Opera from working. One way round is thus to “pretend” Opera is another browser and apparently you can do this, but I don’t know how.
I can’t imagine the nice guys at PCA deliberately trying to wreck a browser! But whether they have recently made a change accidentally can only be answered by them. Hopefully they may spot this thread and pass comments.
Of course, and the point I was trying to make in the Opera forum, is that, for me, this is affecting MANY sites, so even if it is the fault of the PCA site designer, and it is cured, what do I do for all the other sites!
This is why I am currently trying Safari.
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