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Thread: Problems getting out of threads

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    Senior Member cizzors's Avatar
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    Problems getting out of threads

    This has been going on for months now and today was the worst. Doesn't matter which section I'm in, I hit the back button on a thread (to get back to the list ) and nothing. Today, in every section I was in (3), almost every other thread I had to get out of the site and get back in. Hardly worth it any more. My sister says she has the same problem also. Anyone else?
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    I have this issue sometimes. If you right click on the back arrow, it will show you often times many different URLs that don't pertain to QB. These are URLs that your virus and spyware have blocked. Just go down in the list to the correct QB URL and click on it.
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    I would change browser.
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    I usually open the thread, in a new tab. After I finish reading it, I close that tab and am automatically back to my main page. To open in new tab, RIGHT CLICK, instead of left click. Then choose, "Open link in new tab."
    Neesie


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