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For the last two or three days the layout of AVS forums has been screwed up on Linux/Firefox 2.0. Is anyone else having this problem? The layout is fine on Windows/Firefox 2.0. The problem appears on both the 64 and 32 bit Linux versions of Firefox. I have checked the Java and Firefox installations. Everything seems to be OK and AVS is the only website I appear to have trouble with.


Any suggestions appreciated!
 

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I have been playing with privoxy and tor but they are both disabled. I have no script and adblock installed but I disabled both of them also, thought an update may have been causing the problem.


I have uninstalled and reinstalled Java 1.5. I guess the next thing is to uninstall and reinstall Firefox from scratch. This is really strange!?!?
 

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Did you accidentally right click and change the text direction?
 

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I uninstalled and reinstalled Firefox and that still didn't clear the problem. I renamed the .Mozilla directory and let it start up from scratch. That cleared the problem so I imported my cookies and bookmarks. I am assuming that one of the plugins caused the problem. I will reinstall them from scratch and check the operation.


Anyway, problem solved!!!
 

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I had a problem a week or two ago where for whatever reason a single forum here wanted me to DL the php file instead of it executing on the server. No clue what was up there. I tried emtying the cache and such but had no luck. Eventually it fixed itself. This was only on a single one of my Linux boxes. The other ones were just fine.
 

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Originally Posted by Troubleshooter /forum/post/0


I had a problem a week or two ago where for whatever reason a single forum here wanted me to DL the php file instead of it executing on the server. No clue what was up there. I tried emtying the cache and such but had no luck. Eventually it fixed itself. This was only on a single one of my Linux boxes. The other ones were just fine.

I saw something similar that also fixed itself. In my case, it was a .RMP file that wanted to open in Totem rather than download!?!?!
 
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