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Anyone else got this problem?

Discussion in 'Site Feedback & Support' started by Erik Tveit, Jun 27, 2011.

  1. Erik Tveit

    Erik Tveit
    I can haz cookie?


  2. Chris Butcher

    Chris Butcher
    Red Bull Gridsters 2012 Champion

    ​What browser you on Erik?
  3. Bram

    Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Ill say it again. RD is best viewed in FireFox :)
  4. Erik Tveit

    Erik Tveit
    I can haz cookie?

    But Erik like Chrome!

    If you no listen Bram, I send a angry bird at you :tongue:
  5. I see it sometimes during loading in Opera. When the page loads, it's fine. Tried refreshing?

    Also, check any browser tests, Chrome came dead last in practically everything. Firefox was pretty bad as well :tongue:
  6. IE here and never an issue. Cant stand other browsers to be honest but Bram is prolly right firefox runs it better :pray:
  7. Jim Cole

    Jim Cole
    Premium Member

    I use Firefox and never have seen that issue, but I have the browser set to look for a new page every time I visit a page.

    I also prefer Firefox because there are too many browser hijackers designed to take advantage of problems in IE.
  8. never had this problem with opera :S
  9. I'm afraid to say it, but IE9 appears to be one of the best browsers around, and Firefox one of the worst :)

    There was a extensive test somewhere... Ah, here it is: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/internet-explorer-9-chrome-10-opera-11,2897.html

    Ended up IE9 first, Opera second, Chrome third, and Firefox and Safari hopelessly outclassed. FF 3.6 was used at the time though.
  10. Jim Cole

    Jim Cole
    Premium Member

    Performance wise, I am sure that Tom's Hardware tested and got the most accurate results, but that still doesn't address the potential for threats that is inherent in IE. I am not as familiar with Chrome, Opera etc, so can't say on those accounts. It should also be noted that in those tests from that link you provided, Firefox 3.6 was the clear winner in memory usage under heavy load, which in my book is a big plus for Firefox. :)
  11. It took less memory, yes, but it also gave less back after closing those tabs. Which is a bigger minus in my book :D

    Anyway, security wise, IE6 was the big problem, and that image is still stuck with it. IE9 is pretty decent, it actually warns about stuff that Chrome just does without thinking twice.
  12. Dave Stephenson

    Dave Stephenson
    Technical Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    I find IE to be overly aggressive with that stuff though Senad, often causing people problems with sites they should have no problems with or issues trusting. Anyway thats a whole other discussion. I find myself using Chromium almost exclusively these days with FF being little more than a vehicle for Firebug.

    I'll be rolling out some more updates over the coming week so Ill look at the issue in the OP.
  13. I use chrome have done from when it came out I used to use firefox before that It is just crap now. Chrome is by far and away the best one for me it works on every site I go on its just mega :D
  14. Abdul Al-Amry

    Abdul Al-Amry
    2011 RD Indy 500 Winner

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