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Old 01-07-2008, 05:20 AM   #1
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Question SimplyMaya loading old content?

Apologies for the most nontechnical and perhaps undescriptive title, but in my defence, I did spend the better half of the day trying to put together a firewall... :headbang:

Anyways, recently, something odd has been happening. The SimplyMaya forums is serving me old content - days old, every time I come aboard to check for new stuff. This didn't use to happen until one or two weeks ago, even though I didn't change anything. Could it be my browser, some misconfigured setting or something that isn't on my side?
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Old 01-07-2008, 09:26 AM   #2
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I think it's on our end we have a problem with the RTC on this box it's bloody annoying

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Hmm... RTC???

I dunno, the problem seems to resolve itself if I hit F5 a few times... are you sure the problem isn't on my side? My Linux box seems to misbehaving as of late after Windows 2K (the box is dual boot) somehow messed up the system time. Perhaps it needs to sit in the naughty corner
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