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Thread: anyone else having a prob typing on this site?

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    Super Member cherrio's Avatar
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    I was having the same problem and ONLY here. it lasted a couple months. I was so frustrated that I stopped responding. It doesn't do that now. at least not this week . . . try fiddleing with the settings or contact a moderater on the site
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    Happens to me all the time on Facebook. I end up restarting the computer and it seems to get happy.

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    Yes, that happens to me on here all the time. It's like the first sentence or two is fine. And then it starts to bog down and can't keep up. It's so annoying.

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    I get to read fewer posts as moving from one post to aother is so slow. I don't think i is my computr as I don't have this issue on other sites. I just assumed that it was because there are so many ads on this site that are not on the others that I frequent.

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    Thank you for asking that question...I use internet explorer and lately have found it just too frustrating to respond to posts recently. Typed this using Dunster's suggestion and things seem to be working better.

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    No problems on my iMac. Never problems on my iMac. Ya gotta get a Mac!!!!

    When you say there is a delay of the letters showing up, it sounds like an adjustment to the keyboard is needed in your Control Panel. Go into your Start > Controls > look for 'Keyboard' and find the info to click it faster (or slower).

    I have no idea about the red dotted line...

    Good luck.
    Last edited by cpfrog; 01-16-2014 at 12:10 PM. Reason: forgot a comment.
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    I have this problem but if you click on the A/A button at the top of the reply box for some reason it quits skipping letters.
    Mary

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    I've had and continue to have that problem and only here

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    Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country.

    You've got to be kidding!!!! I clicked the AA in the left corner and I am having no problem typing this message. No skipped letters, not slow, can't believe it! Thanks
    Syl

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    Wow, thought it was me or my computer. On this site (only) I seem to be a really bad speller. Seems like I have to correct about every third word. And I get the missed letters alot and my typing is not real fast.
    True4uca

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