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  • Bob Isaac
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    Are you uploading the files all together and allowing the FTP client to automatically switch from ASCII to Binary according to file type?

    This is unreliable as some FTP clients will upload .js and .css as Binary. I always upload text and image files separately and force FTP to use ASCII or Binary.

    Bob

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  • Amman-DJ.CoM
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    Working Fine With Me IE7 , AvantBrowswer , FireFox

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  • Barakat
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    i think 3.6.7 will come soon ,,, lol

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  • Joe Gronlund
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    Originally posted by LisaD1 View Post
    Re-did the client script files from 3.6.5 and everything is fine now. Should this be reported or something?
    You might want to open a bug report here regarding the /clientscript directory, as there where several clientscript files changes in 3.6.6.
    But it is very possible that the clientscripts are conflicting with one of the hacks on your board.

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  • LisaD1
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    Re-did the client script files from 3.6.5 and everything is fine now. Should this be reported or something?

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  • Barakat
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    i dont think that all the members will use the firefox with disable javascript !!!

    maybe the cause is from some hacks !!!!

    for me i can check them like this :-

    1:- put this code in the config.php 2nd line

    PHP Code:
    define('DISABLE_HOOKS'true); 
    its will disable all the hacks , if its goes ok then some of you hacks are missed up .

    2:- if its not going ok , you need to upload all the vb files in Ascii code , without the image folder .

    i just want to help but thats what i have rite now <

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  • Joe Gronlund
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    Originally posted by harbi View Post
    may be this from c l i e n t s c r i p t files, try to use the files from 3.6.5
    Could be, if you disable javascript in firefox, the site works fine..

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  • LisaD1
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    Originally posted by Barakat View Post
    its about some vbphrase undefined ,

    try to stop the "top x" hack ,, disable it and browse your site again again ,
    Did that, it didn't work It is driving me and my members nuts!!!

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  • harbi
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    may be this from c l i e n t s c r i p t files, try to use the files from 3.6.5
    Last edited by harbi; Sat 12th May '07, 6:36pm.

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  • Barakat
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    its about some vbphrase undefined ,

    try to stop the "top x" hack ,, disable it and browse your site again again ,

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  • LisaD1
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    Originally posted by Joe Gronlund View Post

    Little slower in IE7+, have you tryied re-uploading ALL vbulletin 3.6.6 files in ASCII mode via FTP??
    I have no idea why this is different, but I am doing it now.

    ETA OK I reuploaded the files, and still an issue. HELP!!
    Last edited by LisaD1; Sat 12th May '07, 5:15pm.

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  • LisaD1
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    Yes it is the one in my siggie. I am using IE7. The error is this
    (Pop up box)
    Windows Internet Explorer
    A script on this page is causing Internet Explorer to run slowly. If it continues to run, your computer may become unresponsive.
    Yes No
    Maybe there is something with my computer? I have never had this happen before I upgraded.
    I am not the only one with the script error. So I guess it isn't just me
    Last edited by LisaD1; Sat 12th May '07, 3:37pm.

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  • Bob Isaac
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    I have no errors or problems, but there does seem to be a little delay loading that was not there before. Maybe it is the cache and will settle down.

    Bob

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  • Joe Gronlund
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    I assume you mean the forums in your signature?
    It loads fine in IE6/IE7/IE7+ and Firefox, no script errors.

    Little slower in IE7+, have you tryied re-uploading ALL vbulletin 3.6.6 files in ASCII mode via FTP??

    What script error are you seeing?

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  • LisaD1
    started a topic VERY slow board after upgrade

    VERY slow board after upgrade

    and a script error on the main page. We have never had this issue before, but since the upgrade it pops up on the main page. Any ideas?
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