I hope I do not put the colly-wobbles on things, but I propose a big vote of Thanks to the back-room boys/gals. All appears to be going like the clappers this morning.
Long may it last!
What does the MY PREFERENCES suppose to display? Is that a new addition, near top of 'home page'...I get a mostly blank area in the middle of my screen when I click on it.
Click on 'My Preferences' at top-right of this page - you should then see a long list of Items which you may tick to indicate your own personal interests/preference.
I meant to add - it is mainly Newsletter preferences, which you may opt to receive.
Still getting error messages
It appears the site had some difficulty proccessing your request and has errored internally.
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If you would like to tell us more about what occured please email at our webmaster address webmaster ([email protected]
Hmm, maybe I was wrong? Though my own is flying!
I would say a lot quicker ,No more getting stuck on waiting for Pc advisor.com.uk it used to stick on that for 10 seconds or so.
Still takes about 10 seconds to sign in but apart from that it is quicker.
I also had the site error earlier this morning but maybe that is fixed now as well,only time will tell.
But so far so good.
'Still takes about 10 seconds to sign in'
Hmm - I don't have to do that?
I take it you stay signed in.
I have the cookies set to be removed every time that I close I/E or Firefox.Just the way I work things and probably one of the few that does it.
But just to agree once more a lot quicker today so lets hope it can stay that way.
I too stay signed-in, saves time!
Site Error message also, but it seems strange this only occurs on 'My Posts' and not on direct forum contact links. I mentioned this in the past, and the FE seemed to mention it was a 'real time' server issue?.
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