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Anyone else having this problem

So, I've noticed lately that when I log into the forum and begin reading threads I start getting a message saying that the forum has quit responding followed up by the little warning box that the page is trying to run a "long script". Also, while looking at the page I notice folks posts are starting to be broken up by horizontal lines and certain key words are turning green? Anyone else having this issue? Thoughts on how to sovle it?
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What are you browsing on PC or a smart phone?

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I'm not familiar with the PC, but have you tried to reboot?

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Try a different browser
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Try to clear the cache, after that clear your WWT cookie by logging out

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So, I've noticed lately that when I log into the forum and begin reading threads I start getting a message saying that the forum has quit responding followed up by the little warning box that the page is trying to run a "long script". Also, while looking at the page I notice folks posts are starting to be broken up by horizontal lines and certain key words are turning green? Anyone else having this issue? Thoughts on how to sovle it?
more info , what ips are you using? did you go and use enternnet exployer ? go to tool's and scroll down to the bottom to internet option's and open that up and click on clear cookies ect, than see what happen's, do you have any anti virus checker , mallwayer bytes, CCcleaner ect. check back with more info
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Well the computer just did a "updates-necessary, restart required" thing (of course in the middle of homework, the most inopportune time), but after that, restarted things and now the forum issues seem to have disappeared. Thanks for the help guys.
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