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It's much better, but do you still see script errors in IE?

~ alan, community support
No more script errors from an IE user here. Internet Explorer 8. Back to normal quickness.

Much appreciated!!
 

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No more script errors from an IE user here. Internet Explorer 8. Back to normal quickness.

Much appreciated!!
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Having a ton of script errors today via IE10. As others have stated, using a different browser isn't much an option for me.

While I am no programmer, the script that injects the ads is what seems to cause it to hang....

On a side note, it also seems that emails indicating posts to subscribed threads can take upwards of 1-2 days to be delivered; at least via a comcast.net domain. This makes it difficult to stay on top of stuff, especially a classified ad.
 

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Chrome and Firefox have no licensing requirements, they're totally free for business or personal use.
Technically, yes and no. Aside from the sandboxed environment a different member pointed out, although they are "free" for personal and business use, they do have EULAs.

Any software in my business environment that has an EULA must be reviewed by legal through a lengthy process and either approved or denied. Even with in-house council, it is still "billable time" for the attorneys and the bean counters won't approve that usage for a different browsing interface just because "it's better".

Being Microsoft's EULA is already authorized and approved via the legal Gods, any bundled product/program included with a Microsoft operating system is automatically approved for usage.

Silly attorneys :)
 

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You have leading open parenthesis here...

Code:
(function(){
nvar twitterWidgets = document.createElement('script');
twitterWidgets.type = 'text/javascript';
twitterWidgets.async = true;
twitterWidgets.src = 'http://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js';
// Setup a callback to track once the script loads.
twitterWidgets.onload = _ga.trackTwitter;
document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(twitterWidgets);
})();
but the real issue is coming from your advertising external JS.

located here: http://js.casalemedia.com/casaleJTag.js - I'd diagnosis this if the script wasn't blocked by my work firewall.
 

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You have leading open parenthesis here...

Code:
(function(){
nvar twitterWidgets = document.createElement('script');
twitterWidgets.type = 'text/javascript';
twitterWidgets.async = true;
twitterWidgets.src = 'http://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js';
// Setup a callback to track once the script loads.
twitterWidgets.onload = _ga.trackTwitter;
document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(twitterWidgets);
})();
but the real issue is coming from your advertising external JS.

located here: http://js.casalemedia.com/casaleJTag.js - I'd diagnosis this if the script wasn't blocked by my work firewall.
^ what he said
 

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The script is closed now.

As for casalmedia, it must be a rotating ad because it is gone now.

We are looking into this.

~ Alan, Community Support
 
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