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    LXF not working on Firefox?

    I am using Firefox 4. LXF worked on here before, but no longer. I can get it on Chrome no problem, but Firefox is my main browser. Any ideals?
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    i have firefox and have no problems at all.
    try removing firefox the reinstall
    good luck

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    Installed the IE Tab add-on and everything is good again!!!

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    all I use is FireFox and no issues here.
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    Using Firefox 5.0 here, occasionally the pages look funny (not in the normal order) I have found that if you go into Tools>Options>Advanced>Network tab, you'll see a box that says offline storage, mine is set at 500mb for cache, you click on clear now, then close it and everything seems to be back to normal.

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    thats a good point. One thing I *always* do is set my cache to be as close to zero as possible. On IE I force it to pull new everything on every read to the page. Caches are evil on sites that have changes, like a forum.

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