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    The entire forum index is missing

    Finally managed to navigate here through the backroutes using search!

    Does anyone else have a problem accessing a forum index? I click forums but nothing appears at all. It worked fine on Friday but since accessing it here at work on Monday the forum index has walked off and vanished.

    I can read threads, use PMs, view stats, use iSpy, etc. perfectly fine but the Forums link appears to show nothing where the index should be.

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    Works fine here...

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    working here FF 3.5

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    Gah, sounds like a filtering issue with the borough then.

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    It sounds like JavaScript is disabled. Did your lea filter js recently?
    Also noscript can cause issues. If you select the non tab theme from the selector at the bottom of the page it should work then until we figure out what's changed.

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    Disabling tabs has fixed it. Strange, NoScript was told to allow EduGeek and all sites on the page.

    Thanks!

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    Could you give IE a try to see if it works? that way we confirm its not fitlering/proxy
    Adblock may block it too if its installed.

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    Tested this at home. No filtering software, no adblock or NoScript. Still doesn't work. Tried it on Internet Explorer and it worked...until I logged in. Looks to be an account based issue.

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    I dunno CAM, breaking "The Geek" you shot yourself in the foot didn't you as it works perfectly here and poor you cant use the tabs.. awwww

    sorry but yeah definitley sounds something related to you, do you use any specific apps/settings on your browsers? have any software on your home PC that would block such a thing?

    Curious, have you tried deleting tempfiles etc

    James.

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    Two completely different setups between home and work. Different AddOns and everything. Not sure what version of Firefox is running at home though. Will give temp files a try. If that doesn't work, time to break more things in my account management.

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