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Something causing pages to not fully load? #594581 05/10/13 12:21 AM
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They appear to load all content, everything seems to load in a sec or so, but in Safari the X stays in the URL field for a long time, and in FireFox the loading spinning backwards arrow stays a long time on tabs, both a minute or more.

It does this on both the iPhone and the computer. I noticed it more on the iPhone since resizing pages doesn't work the same until the page is done loading.

It doesn't do it through the 4G on the phone though.

The AppleCentral websites are fine, it's just the forums and it's every page or post. It's been going on for 2 days at least.

I've rebooted router and modem. Changed DNS servers in the router. This site only.

Anybody else?

Re: Something causing pages to not fully load? [Re: Reboot] #594585 05/10/13 12:54 AM
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same here with Safari. I always thought it never fully loaded because of the Adblock extension.




Re: Something causing pages to not fully load? [Re: garyW] #594586 05/10/13 01:10 AM
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How long have you noticed it?

Re: Something causing pages to not fully load? [Re: Reboot] #594601 05/10/13 06:35 AM
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long before Neil's last tweaks.

No change if adblock is off & clear cache.

Safari 5.1.8




Re: Something causing pages to not fully load? [Re: Reboot] #594605 05/10/13 09:32 AM
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Nothing like that for me. But, since the last Safari update, that I sometimes have to scroll up or down a few pixels to get links to respond after a new page has loaded. And yesterday AM, app updates and reminders weren't loading on my 4s. Whatever it was cleared up by mid-morning.


Re: Something causing pages to not fully load? [Re: Reboot] #594607 05/10/13 10:27 AM
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Just noticed it yesterday when you mentioned it.

It doesn't seem to matter which browser I use.


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Re: Something causing pages to not fully load? [Re: steveg] #594610 05/10/13 11:30 AM
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Originally Posted By: steveg
Nothing like that for me. But, since the last Safari update, that I sometimes have to scroll up or down a few pixels to get links to respond after a new page has loaded.
I noticed that too. Couldn't put my finger on when it first started. Thanks.

Do you notice it on any sites other than here?

Re: Something causing pages to not fully load? [Re: Reboot] #594613 05/10/13 01:47 PM
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Seems to happen randomly on other sites, but more here than elsewhere. But then the UI and interaction here is different than, say, a newspaper site or social media.


Re: Something causing pages to not fully load? [Re: Reboot] #594617 05/10/13 02:48 PM
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Thanks guys. Since it's not just me having this problem I'm going to move this to the Feedback forum so that Neil sees it.

Re: Something causing pages to not fully load? [Re: Reboot] #594813 05/14/13 04:49 AM
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Whatever it was seems to be fixed now.

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