squirrel
Thursday, December 15, 2011 12:21:54 PM
Originally Posted by: The Dude 

I wonder if he has trouble logging into other sites also??

Thankfully login works fine for me,ITS LOGOUT THAT DOESNT squirrel [:D]

When i click LOGOUT it just goes back to the same page im on when i click it (It always has done that since the change to YAF,im not sure why)



EDIT:

I just discovered if i goto the actual link for 'logout' it works:

http://www.mattscarnival...om/forum/yaf_logout.aspx 



In your case, I bring up the issue that your browser engine is over 10 years old. This site does not maintain 100% compatibility with Internet Explorer 6. Even though you use a 'third party browser', the rendering engine is based on IE-6.

The Dude
Friday, December 16, 2011 8:35:54 AM
Yea its interesting.

This site is based on ASP isnt it? (I have read IE6 has a hard time with ASP sites .. THANKFULLY THOUGH THIS SITE RUNS WELL [:)])
ridejocky
Friday, December 16, 2011 8:46:58 AM
For anybody wondering why there is a dearth of substantive posts here, just read the Waco food post. A couple guys tried to make a little joke and someone jumped all over them. Them when someone tried to explain it was only a joke he got jumped on and ridiculed as well. Pathetic.


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squirrel
Friday, December 16, 2011 9:26:24 AM
Originally Posted by: The Dude 

Yea its interesting.

This site is based on ASP isnt it? (I have read IE6 has a hard time with ASP sites .. THANKFULLY THOUGH THIS SITE RUNS WELL [:)])



This site is written in Classic ASP and ASP.NET.

But how the site is written has nothing to do with it. The code is Pure HTML output -- what IE6 has issues with is that it never did conform to standards, and does not understand how to deal with CSS2 or CSS3 properly, nor does it have a 'standards compliant' javascript engine that supports current technologies. It also is completely insecure as well. Microsoft has not released a security update for it in over 3 years, and that means that any holes found are totally exploitable with no protection...
Carnie_Joe930
Wednesday, December 21, 2011 12:57:39 AM
I see all of you crybabies👶 are still at it...[bdh]
*...waves to everybody, steps behind the joints to take a pi$$, then hops back into his Cadillac.

Seeya around...!!! Bwahahahahaaa

[biglaugh]
The Dude
Friday, December 23, 2011 8:40:58 PM
secret.squirrel wrote:

This site is written in Classic ASP and ASP.NET.

But how the site is written has nothing to do with it. The code is Pure HTML output -- what IE6 has issues with is that it never did conform to standards, and does not understand how to deal with CSS2 or CSS3 properly, nor does it have a 'standards compliant' javascript engine that supports current technologies.



Yes i have read there is a CSS2/3 mod you can get and IE6 will recognise some of it.. (I havent gotton it though)

I really do like the look of this site Squirrel,it looks nice! (The colours,etc)
squirrel
Friday, December 23, 2011 9:11:54 PM
Originally Posted by: The Dude 

Yes i have read there is a CSS2/3 mod you can get and IE6 will recognise some of it.. (I havent gotton it though)

I really do like the look of this site Squirrel,it looks nice! (The colours,etc)



Or you could just upgrade to Firefox or Chrome...
The Dude
Monday, December 26, 2011 1:26:27 PM
My favourite FF version is 1.5.0.5 and its slow to open on my computer (I think its due to how much bigger it is than MyIE2 (Which opens within 1 second))

I havent found anything BETTER than MyIE2 over the years.. I love it so much!!! (MyIE2 will work with Mozilla Engine but im not sure how to set it up to get it to work)

squirrel
Monday, December 26, 2011 4:07:59 PM
Originally Posted by: The Dude 

My favourite FF version is 1.5.0.5 and its slow to open on my computer (I think its due to how much bigger it is than MyIE2 (Which opens within 1 second))

I havent found anything BETTER than MyIE2 over the years.. I love it so much!!! (MyIE2 will work with Mozilla Engine but im not sure how to set it up to get it to work)


Look man -- Firefox is currently on version 9, Chrome on version 15, Opera version 11 - IE on version 9. It's real simple. You need to upgrade. Using all that outdated software is your problem. It's not the site, it's not the scripts here. You're using technology that's about as useful as a BETAMax VCR against server code that is optimized for technology that is 10 years newer.

You need to hunt around on ebay or something and find you a used computer that can atleast run WindowsXP or 7 and get out of the stone age. Any issues you have with the software, scripts, and whatever are all attributed to using an ancient machine by today's standards. What you're trying to do is like playing putting a Blu-Ray into an 8-track player... It's never going to work right, and disabling this and running that will NEVER fix it...
FriedPhil
Wednesday, December 28, 2011 5:10:17 PM
As an old music ride talker, I played many a good song on a Flying Bobs and/or a Himalaya ride with an 8 track player. When the music stopped, you knew it was time to pull the 8 track out and throw it away.

That is, right after you got it untangled from your legs.
Please do not exit the ride until it comes to a complete stop.
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Thursday, December 29, 2011 10:54:39 PM
Originally Posted by: FriedPhil 

As an old music ride talker, I played many a good song on a Flying Bobs and/or a Himalaya ride with an 8 track player. When the music stopped, you knew it was time to pull the 8 track out and throw it away.

That is, right after you got it untangled from your legs.


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Friday, December 30, 2011 12:37:40 AM
I remember watching a Flying Bobs operator, around 1978, playing records on a turntable hung by chains from the top of the doghouse.
He'd reach over his head and put the needle on the record by feel since he couldn't see the record
up there.
ridejocky
Friday, December 30, 2011 9:16:42 AM
We had a hole in the floor of doghouse that allowed the turntable to sit on the ground. After that we had an old Rockola jukebox in the wagon behind the ride. Best thing about that was that we always got our load spotted behind the ride!
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Benjibear
Sunday, January 15, 2012 2:48:15 PM
The life on this board keeps going down hill because the moderators allow personal attacks.
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squirrel
Sunday, January 15, 2012 11:00:39 PM
I stay out of things until the personal attacks and bashes start. And even then, I still miss things. Generally I leave stuff alone if at all possible. But if someone's being 'attacked' and I don't see it or nobody 'reports' it using the buttons on the each post, there's nothing I can do about it.
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