[Answered] Display Error

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  1. JasonH
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    I am using K-Meleon to view the site. It doesn't have the market penetration of Firefox, Chrome, or IE however it is used by a community of geeks. Every once in awhile when I refresh a page I see this, however if I refresh the refresh things will fix... so far:
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    Gave thata like coz I never heard of that one before.....
     
  3. JasonH
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    What? The error or K-Meleon?
     
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    It's a very light-weight browser. Firefox starts up at around 40,000K of memory load. K-Meleon starts up at 25,000K. It also has a lot of built in things that the rest are missing. It takes some getting used to, but I like it when I've got a SQL database running in the background.
     
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    Interesting, sounds like an instability in the browser since just refreshing will fix it there. I too had never heard or K-Meleon till now. :)
     
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    I reported to the K-Meleon dev community as well. Just covering both sides of the issue. [​IMG]
     
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    Yea, looking it up I saw it is using Gecko, so I would expect it to render the page pretty much identically to FF. Maybe it uses a bleeding edge version of the rendering engine though. Being popular with geek users this would make alot of sense. :)
     

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