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    I have chrome. Other than a random 'database error' when posting every now and then, I have had no issues over the past weeks. Yesterday it was super slow, but it was kinda wet and nasty outside and when that happens my internet takes a dive. Subsequently, every other site was also slow as well, and the issue wasn't with GTT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    I have chrome. Other than a random 'database error' when posting every now and then, I have had no issues over the past weeks. Yesterday it was super slow, but it was kinda wet and nasty outside and when that happens my internet takes a dive. Subsequently, every other site was also slow as well, and the issue wasn't with GTT.
    What type of service provider? (Cable, Telco, Satellite). Wire or cable issue from house to either connection point, signal degradation.

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    Local ISP supplies DSL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    Local ISP supplies DSL.
    So that is a Telco. You need to open a ticket with them and have the circuit checked for signal issues, or they are capping you.
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    For some reason when I log in I get a message saying I need to reload the page to log in. If I clear the message and reload the page, everything works but it's annoying. I tried clearing cookies and history but that didn't help. I'm running Chrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodrunsgreen View Post
    So that is a Telco. You need to open a ticket with them and have the circuit checked for signal issues, or they are capping you.
    They say its because the water is seeping into the underground lines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    They say its because the water is seeping into the underground lines.
    We have cable for internet and no problems with it, but we have Frontier for a land-line phone. For over 2 years we had the problem of after any substantial rain the line would be so noisy you couldn't hear the person on the other end so it was virtually unusable for days until everything dried out.

    Every time I'd report it they wouldn't be able to get anyone out for at least a week, so of course it was dried out and working by then.

    Finally this year we had so much ongoing rain that it never got a chance to dry out, and they managed to get someone to show up while the problem was actually happening and fixed it. What a concept, huh?

    Just glad I don't have to depend on them for internet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spferdil View Post
    We have cable for internet and no problems with it, but we have Frontier for a land-line phone. For over 2 years we had the problem of after any substantial rain the line would be so noisy you couldn't hear the person on the other end so it was virtually unusable for days until everything dried out.

    Every time I'd report it they wouldn't be able to get anyone out for at least a week, so of course it was dried out and working by then.

    Finally this year we had so much ongoing rain that it never got a chance to dry out, and they managed to get someone to show up while the problem was actually happening and fixed it. What a concept, huh?

    Just glad I don't have to depend on them for internet.
    The only other option here is satellite or cable, satellite doesn't work here because of the terrain and forests, and i'm not messing with a cable provider. The REMC is looking at fiber on my road, but who knows what the timeline is for that.
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    Now a new issue with slow loading of pages...

    Using my iPad with Safari - the forum index page is fine as well as the thread pages. But when I am in a thread, the page doesn’t fully load. What this does is causes the page to be too large for the screen - have to squeeze the screen to make it all visible from edge to edge.

    If I wait long enough - around 30-40 seconds - the page finally fully loads and is the correct size. But..it then jumps back to where I started on the page and have to scroll back down to where I was.

    This has been going on for 2-3 days now and consistently. No problems like this on other forums running the same software.

    How the screen looks when I first come into a thread -

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    Can you scroll and check out the banner ads at the top and bottom? See if they are loading super long and causing this?

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