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GRRR.....this site.....grr.....
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lisaisweavebee posted:
This is the THIRD attempt to answer a post. I will type some long answer and hit post only to have it tell me that WebMd is unavailable and to try back at another time. I lose the whole post. Then, when I retype the dang thing again it will post it. I will foolishly think the problem is fixed and move on to answer another post only to have it happen again....and again...and again...

I keep trying to keep this board alive but this is getting ridiculous.

Lisa
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Lupylisa44 responded:
I don't know why you are having such a difficult time Lisa! THere is a little lag time but not that much when I post. Could it be the browser you are using? have you updated it lately?

jUst trying to help!

LL
With love, with patience and with faith, we'll make our way.
 
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Andie_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Lisa,

Lupylisa has a good point I hadn't thought about lately. I know that Firefox just had a new release a couple weeks ago.We support Firefox and Internet Explorer with a bit of Safari and Chrome, but not AOL.

You may want to try clearing your browser's history/cache and/or updating it but if that doesn't work, you may want to use IE as your browser when on WebMD and see if that helps.

~Andie

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