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  • conqsoft
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    I see this on my site too, but it seems to only show for MAC users. Not sure what browser they are using though.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Please submit it in the Bugtracker for further review.

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  • cgc99
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    So it appears that this may be a bug in the default install.

    Any vbulletin team watching this thread?

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  • CheapyD
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    These guys have it too:
    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=165285

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  • cgc99
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    I'm glad to see I'm not the only one with this problem.

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  • CheapyD
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    Same problem here with these files...
    Can't tell if its coming from login.php though


    /public_html/forums/clientscript/_collapsed.gif
    /public_html/menu_open.gif
    /public_html/forums/clientscript/complements vbulletin_menu.js
    /public_html/__utm.gif
    /public_html/forums/_collapsed.gif
    /public_html/menu_open.gif
    /public_html/forums/complements vbulletin_menu.js

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  • Colin F
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    What's in the vbulletin_global.js is a reference with that text, as a note.
    I'm not sure why this is being called up as an URL in your case.

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  • cgc99
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    How does the vbulletin_global.js end up with this code in it?
    Is this something I could have done? This was a vanilla install of 3.0.x upgraded to 3.5.x

    How do I remove the code that is referenced?

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  • Colin F
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    While th vbulletin_global.js file has that text in it, there is no file with that filename.

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  • cgc99
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    On my 404 errors for
    /complements vbulletin_menu.js

    I did a search and found it here
    \forums\clientscript\vbulletin_global.js and

    Are you saying this is not part of the default install?

    How do I correct this?

    thanks for any advice.

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  • Zachery
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    complements%20vbulletin_menu.js Is not a vBulletin file, check your styles.

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  • cgc99
    started a topic 404 error reported in my stats from login.php

    404 error reported in my stats from login.php

    I am seeing a pretty high count in my 404 error log. Here is what is getting reported.

    Not found is
    /forums/complements%20vbulletin_menu.js
    and it is coming from
    /forums/login.php

    I see a very similar 404 error here
    /forums/clientscript/complements%20vbulletin_menu.js
    coming from /forums/showthread.php

    Anyone know why this would be happening?
    Or where I should look to fix it?

    thanks
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