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Dee Burris Blakley ([personal profile] dee_burris) wrote2011-10-05 07:18 pm

There's almost always a work-around...

I was antsy for a few days because I could not post comments to Blogger blogs. (You'd have to know me in real life to understand just how chatty I am.)

The people I talked to about the problem had all sorts of suggestions and questions - even some where I'd part with some cash for diagnostics.

As an aside, now I ask you...why is one of the first suggestions *always* clear your cache? I mean seriously, how many times that you've done that has it really *fixed* anything? You just lose your history and bookmarks most of the time...

I don't think so - not until I exhaust all the free resources.

Like um...changing my browser.
Yep, Google Chrome and Firefox get 'er done. (Twelve percent of you get to my blog on Chrome,and 18% using Firefox.)

I'm back in the saddle.

There's almost always a work-around.

I had the same problem

[identity profile] aremyrootsshowing.blogspot.com 2011-10-07 10:40 pm (UTC)(link)
I went for days and days without being able to post comments, and it was all because of Internet Explorer (at work, that is - I use Chrome at home). Once I installed Chrome at work (just for commenting LOL), everything was fine. I don't know what the deal is with IE, but I'm glad you found a fix!

~Jenny
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[identity profile] https://me.yahoo.com/claimingkin#ccd38 2011-10-08 07:22 am (UTC)(link)
I use Chrome, Firefox, and Safari only. I noticed that sense Google has stepped up their game with the all new Google+ apps and products, I have not been able to access any of my gmail accounts, or any other Google products I use such as Google Docs, Google Reader, etc via IE since. Microsoft has a knack of making their competitor's products not function properly via their browser. But how I see it, they are losing more users of the IE browser with that foolishness than ever.

So glad to know that you're back in the saddle again for sure!