hubdean 16:46 25 Aug 2004

how can i set my page to refresh rate

  hugh-265156 16:59 25 Aug 2004

hi hubdean, i am not entirely sure what you mean sorry. do you want internet explorer to refresh a web page every time you visit it? if so click tools/internet options/general and click the 'temporary internet files/settings' tab and set to 'every visit to page'

if its your monitor thats flickering and you want to use a higher refresh rate to ease your eyes then right click any empty area of your desktop and choose 'properties/settings' find a resolution you like using the slider here first and then click the 'advanced' tab next click the 'monitor' tab and tick the box that says 'hide modes this monitor cannot display' then choose the highest setting from the drop down box above. 75hz and above should be fliker free to most peoples eyes 85hz should be rock solid if you can choose this.

  hubdean 17:26 25 Aug 2004

ok thanks got ya

  Valvegrid 17:41 25 Aug 2004

I don't think you can automatically refresh pages on IE6, I stand corrected because I haven't got it on this system, but I'm pretty sure you can't.

I know you can do it in Opera, I can set the refresh time to anything I want.

click here

  hubdean 20:08 25 Aug 2004

downloaded opera
how do i get to the refresh part

  VoG II 20:16 25 Aug 2004

Navigation/Reload every...

or at least that's on my ancient version of Opera.

  hubdean 20:19 25 Aug 2004


  hubdean 20:19 25 Aug 2004


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