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    I have found that the forum is .... slow in a strange way. Sometimes it is the same speed as other websites I open, and sometimes it seems to "pause" as it it's waiting for something. Several times (many times) over the past weeks I have waited for fifteen or twenty seconds for a page to load, then gave up and went elsewhere. I come back to it a few minutes later and it's fine.

    In case you are wondering .... no, I have done nothing new to my computer(s) and ..... it only happens with this forum ... no other sites. I have my AdBlocker set to allow ads on CWW and as I said ... only this site.
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    Re: Forum slow?

    I have experienced the same.
    • “The greatest lesson in life is to know that even fools are right sometimes.”Winston Churchill

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      Re: Forum slow?

      I suspect that forum software shares a sever that has a lot of traffic from other websites or too many websites.
      I’m just guessing here.
      John
      If you learn from your mistakes, then I'm getting a fantastic education.

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        Re: Forum slow?

        Thanks for the feedback. I'll ask tech support to look into this.

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          Re: Forum slow?

          Thank you Carl,

          It's not an important issue as it doesn't happen all the time, and I can always get to where I need to be. I'm just glad it's more than just me who noticed.... My computer is probably ok.

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            Re: Forum slow?

            I too have the 'stall' problem - always telling me in yellow that it is "working."
            Sometimes 'refresh' helps, and others it doesn't.
            I think the consistency is the lack of consistency.

            Noel
            "Being so impressed with the beauty of nature, I never cease to be amazed at how the
            'touch of the human hand' can transform it into another kind of beauty that is so uniquely human.
            "
            John Snow, Outdoorsman and Retired Teacher

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