Don't take offense in any of what I'm about to say - they are nothing personal.
No, I haven't tried Firefox and I really don't want to for one forum.
That's is your call. But if you insist on using Chrome, you have to live with it's flaws. I'm not going to jam Firefox down your throat. But aren't you curious why we have been recommending it?
Clearly there is an issue with Chrome and AFI.
Yes and No. The issue is with Chrome. I have mentioned in my last post, it isn't limited to AFi. Check the link - I put it there so you can see that many Chrome users like yourself are experiencing the problem you described. And they are experiencing it with many other sites.
It isn't an issue with just AFi.
I love this forum, but I can't understand why members have to jump through hoops or change browsers to get it to load properly? Especially since this is the same problem some of us complained about multiple times
, in multiple threads
There are no hoops that AFi put in place for members to jump through. You chose to use Chrome and the "hoops" are associated with it. We didn't put those there.
And as for the multiple reports, they have all been answered and the answer has been this - the issue is with Chrome. But in spite of that, AFi works on Chrome. I don't know how many times I need to say this before you believe it.
Again, if you insist on using only Chrome - that's fine. AFi works on it, as I've shown, also multiple times.
I realize this isn't your day job, but you are the admin. So is there any other way you can help us without providing links or making us feel like we're bugging you? Maybe fill us in on what is making your Chrome browser load(Chrome Options?) the page immediately and our's isn't? Thanks for your time.
I'm glad you realize that. But we've been through this, in your words, multiple times. I don't know what new answer you are hoping to squeeze out of me by asking the same questions.
My Chrome browser has no special configuration. It's installed with default options. I rarely use it because I prefer Firefox. I use it (along with Safari and IE) mostly for testing sites I manage - to ensure that they work on all the major browsers. So far, I think I've done OK because none of my paying clients have ever complained about their sites experiencing problems with Chrome.