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  1. #61
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by Trigrnzrx View Post
    The F5 button doesnt do anything but dim screen or activate some voice command app on my Mac Soooo that isnt a option for me
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by Trigrnzrx View Post
    The F5 button doesnt do anything but dim screen or activate some voice command app on my Mac Soooo that isnt a option for me
    Does this help?

    F5 equivalent for Mac
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  3. #63
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by Special Ed View Post
    Does this help?

    F5 equivalent for Mac
    I`ll try it next time I get the error .. Dont tell Bob Mac`s rule


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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Are folks still seeing this?? And, if so, is it repeatable or totally random?
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  5. #65
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by iMav View Post
    Are folks still seeing this?? And, if so, is it repeatable or totally random?
    I haven't seen it in the last several weeks. Before then, it was fairly common to get that message when moving around the website.
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Harry View Post
    I haven't seen it in the last several weeks. Before then, it was fairly common to get that message when moving around the website.
    Good. Then I know what the issue was...
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  7. #67
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by iMav View Post
    Are folks still seeing this?? And, if so, is it repeatable or totally random?
    Havent seen it in awhile ( last time about the 12th of Dec ) , It was random for me but kinda often
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  8. #68
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by iMav View Post
    Good. Then I know what the issue was...
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  9. #69
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by iMav View Post
    Good. Then I know what the issue was...
    I hope I don't jinx it but not since the 11th.
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.




    It's baaack...




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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Yep. Just had it happen to me after hitting the "Submit Reply" button on a post that I really didn't wish to do over. Fortunately I rolled the dice and clicked the page refresh button on my browser and it showed that my post actually did post.

  12. #72
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.



    Seem to be getting them quite frequently as of late.



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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by kazman View Post


    Seem to be getting them quite frequently as of late.

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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Harry View Post
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    +3

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    Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Trying to replicate the issue...
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by iMav View Post
    Trying to replicate the issue...
    I get them from time to time on whatever computer I'm using -- always Windows and Chrome.

    The F5 key will almost always load the page.
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    +5 since net neutrality was repealed. My browser takes about 4 times longer to load all the tabs too.
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by BASpro View Post
    +5 since net neutrality was repealed. My browser takes about 4 times longer to load all the tabs too.
    Net neutrality has absolutely nothing to do with internet speed.

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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by zrx24 View Post
    Net neutrality has absolutely nothing to do with internet speed.
    Well, this has been my experience. If not, what can it be?
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by BASpro View Post
    Well, this has been my experience. If not, what can it be?
    You’ll have to speak with your service provider.

    Net neutrality was the government trying to force Socialism on the internet, which penalizes companies that are coming up with new and better ways to serve customers.

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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    So no quoting Chris today again...

    So in your opinion net neutrality was a bad thing? I don't know much about this...
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Example how net neutrality didn’t work with regard to equal access to the internet. Google continued to prevent guns from coming up in searches when shopping for firearms. Net neutrality should have stopped that behavior. It didn’t. Net neutrality simply allowed the government to pick their players when it comes to access to information via the internet.

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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    The FCC tried to do the same thing with TV and radio as well. FAIL.

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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by iMav View Post
    Trying to replicate the issue...
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Example how net neutrality didn’t work with regard to equal access to the internet. Google continued to prevent guns from coming up in searches when shopping for firearms. Net neutrality should have stopped that behavior. It didn’t. Net neutrality simply allowed the government to pick their players when it comes to access to information via the internet.
    That is it RIGHT THERE ^^^. Dear goodness the power the mainstream media IS ALLOWED to have over our people.

    Here's some relevant reading: https://www.wsj.com/articles/net-neu...ity-1456271862
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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by McGovZRX View Post
    That is it RIGHT THERE ^^^. Dear goodness the power the mainstream media IS ALLOWED to have over our people.

    Here's some relevant reading: https://www.wsj.com/articles/net-neu...ity-1456271862

    Speaking of irony. That is a "subscription only" site. Where's Net Neutrality when you need it?

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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by zrx24 View Post
    Speaking of irony. That is a "subscription only" site. Where's Net Neutrality when you need it?
    No subscription for me. But when I linked from MY link it went to some f'd up subscription. I've copied it below. Not beautiful truetype font but y'all are smart.





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    OPINION BUSINESS WORLD
    Net Neutrality vs. Net Reality

    By Holman W. Jenkins, Jr.
    Feb. 23, 2016 6:57 p.m. ET
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    Whoever becomes our next president will want to notice that net-neutrality activists and the Obama administration have locked the nation into a stance badly at odds with how the Internet actually wants to evolve.

    Neuties still face a legal test before the D.C. appeals court but their vision is already failing a reality test.

    For starters, notice all the developments in the marketplace that neut activists feel obliged to be outraged about, which they imagined the government could stop. Netflix continues to be dunned for interconnection fees by big cable operators. This is a terrible offense against net neutrality, we’re told, except that it undoubtedly helped to incentivize Netflix’s recent project to reduce the burden of its video on the Internet by 20% without hurting video quality.


    Ditto the zero-rating plans put forward by wireless operators like T-Mobile , Verizon and AT&T , allowing some data to pass through to users without being subject to data caps. Net neuts are enraged even as these plans help to make video affordable on wireless.

    We come to the most bizarre case of net neuties making lemons out of lemonade. A Pew survey finds a small but absolute drop in the number of American households subscribing to fixed broadband. Now, no WSJ reader would be so incautious as to conclude the value of the Internet must therefore be falling for many Americans—it costs too much, who needs it!

    Yet this is exactly the interpretation the neut brigade are peddling, even while Pew quietly acknowledges the truth: Fixed broadband subscriptions slipped slightly because fast wireless is increasingly seen by many customers as an adequate substitute.

    Let’s see. Mobile devices overtook PCs to account for 55% of Internet traffic in 2014. They accounted for a majority of Google searches by early 2015. Half of Americans use LTE wireless networks, with an average speed of 11 megabits. Is it really a tragedy that some of these Americans now find it unnecessary to pay two broadband bills?

    Maybe Pew should start passing out cyanide caplets now in anticipation of 5G in a few years, which will enable wireless speeds well above what the average home user gets today.

    Especially paying note should be those frantic about a digital divide. Millions of Americans who are still offline never bought a PC in the first place, and then weren’t going to get caught up when the Internet arrived. Now these people are getting a second chance thanks to smartphones and tablets tied to speedy wireless networks. This is bad?

    Down the road, something called IP multicast will fulfill the promise of Internet TV, making live TV (not just Netflix) available to millions of viewers simultaneously without bogging down the Internet. You’ll be able to watch the Super Bowl on your iPad without hearing about every scoring play from Twitter three minutes before it happens on your screen.

    This future can only happen in a non-net-neutrality world. Networks won’t be dumb—i.e., the brainless conduits for undifferentiated ones and zeros that net neuters idolize. Network operators will become more hands-on than ever, to enable live TV, telemedicine, virtual reality, etc. No wonder analyst Craig Moffett talks about “the improbable resurrection of cable” even as the TV bundle unravels, because of cable’s leadership in broadband.

    This is the opposite of what the Federal Communications Commission told you to expect, in keeping with the agency’s near-perfect record of obtuseness. It still is reluctant to acknowledge the growing fusion of fixed and wireless. It still insists on the primacy of the cable bundle despite the rise of Netflix.

    Its latest initiative, an agenda item left over from the 1990s, would dictate how cable TV feeds must be made compatible with third-party devices. Tune into any conference call: Most cable execs are already keen to drop cable box deployment in favor of “Coam” (customer owned and maintained equipment).

    The cable box is a cost center, not a profit center, whatever it says on your bill—and only more so as customers increasingly insist that all their content be available on all their devices, wirelessly.

    So clueless is the FCC, while still under such Democratic pressure to be “activist,” that the agency has been reduced to playing handmaiden to whichever Obama ally is handiest. In the cable box case, that’s Google, which is badly trailing Netflix, Amazon, Apple, HBO, Hulu and others in the premium over-the-top TV race.

    Google lobbied for the cable box rule so it can insert itself between you and your cable supplier, to capture information about what you’re watching and sell ads against it. On TV, Google has become the thing that Google most shouldn’t want to be—a backward-looking opponent to free innovation. No wonder Google increasingly finds a friend at the FCC.

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    Re: Fatal Error: Invalid URL.

    Quote Originally Posted by kazman View Post



    It's baaack...


    Quote Originally Posted by kazman View Post


    Seem to be getting them quite frequently as of late.

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