New restriction to anonymous access

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#1 Sun, Jul 17, 2011 - 8:45pm
Code The Plumber
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New restriction to anonymous access

Over this weekend, there appears to be a new restriction where you cannot access comments beyond the first page on Turd's blog posts. Some of us work in more sensitive environments where it may be OK to look at things, but we may not want employers playing man in the middle while we authenticate to sites dedicated to the end of the experiment. There are often interesting discussions there that would be nice to still have read-access to. Logging on from work is not an option.

For whatever reason, this restriction does not apply to forum topics.

Mon, Jul 18, 2011 - 3:11am
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Code The Plumber wrote:Over

Code The Plumber wrote:

Over this weekend, there appears to be a new restriction where you cannot access comments beyond the first page on Turd's blog posts.

Code, there are no 'new restrictions'. If you're having issues, we recommend doing a hard refresh of your browser. Follow these directions (https://www.explainstuff.com/2009/06/22/what-is-hard-refresh-how-is-it-d...):

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To refresh a website normally, you hit the refresh button, or the F5 key, or press the command key for your operating system, such as the Apple key or the Control key, and the letter R. To hard refresh, the command or control key is held down while clicking on the refresh button or pressing F5. Alternatively, the user can hold down the shift key, the command/control key, and the letter R. A hard refresh will bypass any cached files and display the web page as it currently appears on the server.

If this still does not resolve the issue, send us a message using the Contact page. Thank you.

Notice: If you do not see your new comment immediately, do not be alarmed. We are currently refreshing new comments approximately every 2 minutes to better manage performance while working on other issues. Thank you for your patience.

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