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reg


Mar 5, 2007, 9:20 AM
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is it me? the home page hasn't changed in a week!


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There's a new piece of news, at least. New pics. The features top rated page changes at each refresh. The threads as well. There's one new video every 2-3 days or so. Gears are new.
But you are right, the Article with its pic has been the same for 2 weeks or so ; the featured gear as well.
The calendar, I don't know.

SO I don't know what to tell you. I suppose it's more a feeling you have than a real lack of change.
But what is sure is that the global aspect of the FP is always the same.


reg


Mar 6, 2007, 5:00 AM
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hey - thanks for the responce. i just now went to rc.com home page via a google search just so i did not use my "favorites" link in my browser and sure enough it's the same as it's been since march 2nd - same threads same stories same pic's - the dates on the forum discussions is 3/2! steven koch articule still on top and dated 3/2. ???


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Mar 6, 2007, 5:02 AM
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reg wrote:
hey - thanks for the responce. i just now went to rc.com home page via a google search just so i did not use my "favorites" link in my browser and sure enough it's the same as it's been since march 2nd - same threads same stories same pic's - the dates on the forum discussions is 3/2! steven koch articule still on top and dated 3/2. ???

sounds like you need to empty your disc cache. or your proxys cache, if youre using one.

or, if the problem is with your comp and you have broadband, just disable disc caching.


reg


Mar 6, 2007, 5:58 AM
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thanks OL - don't know how to do that but got IT commin up to look


sbaclimber


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reg wrote:
thanks OL - don't know how to do that but got IT commin up to look
Uh oh, have you been surfing while at work?? Shocked
Shame on you! Tongue

Oh, and if you are......it may not just be the local cache on your machine. Your company's proxy server may also be caching the page.


(This post was edited by sbaclimber on Mar 6, 2007, 12:26 PM)


reg


Mar 7, 2007, 4:54 AM
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proxy server? anyway this am i opened the home page and it was up to date. guess my IT guy cleared it up - FMI - will you briefly tell me about all this "caching"?


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disk caching is a relic of ages long gone, when the usual means of accessing internet was the dial-up modem. browsers saved visited pages onto the HD so they would load faster, and it remains until today. to disable it, go to the browser preferences or settings or whatever (usually in edit or tool menus), search a bit and disable disc caching. that way all pages you visit will always load fresh from the net and not off your HD. offcourse, if the problem is the proxy server cache, it wont help one bit.


reg


Mar 7, 2007, 6:21 AM
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thanks OL - i'll pock around


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