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    A lot of blank space at the end of threads....

    Go into an existing thread and hit the "End" Key to get down to the bottom, the screen is all blue.... you then have to scroll up a good couple of screens worth before finding the actual end of the thread.

    This only seems to happen if I've used "Go to first new post" to get into the thread

    I'm in IE7 if that's of any relevance. (EDITED)
    Last edited by ZeroHour; 3rd August 2011 at 01:50 PM. Reason: IE7 not IE8 :O

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    Same issue here, IE7

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    Nice and tidy on Opera

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    Has your IE8 triggers compatability mode per chance?
    I am not have the issue with IE8 on this page for example.

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    Aplogies... in the chaos of the first morning back, I should have said IE7... post edited above

    IE8 is fine.

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