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Masterchi
20th October 2015, 09:08 PM
Hi! I've just recently created a forum account, but I've been following Org for quite a long time. However, I haven't been able to do so without trouble lately.
Right now I've got some problems to access the site. Whenever I try to visit it through Google Chrome, the following screen appears:

http://i.imgur.com/cFmV6up.png

Whereas every time I try to access the site's main page on Firefox (and ONLY the main page), this is what I get:

http://i.imgur.com/1Yh8j6h.png

The strangest part is that I don't any problem visiting the site on my Android's Chrome. Could someone please help me solve that issue?

Dread Kaiser
20th October 2015, 09:19 PM
Clear Cache

Akaba Fedoreiji
20th October 2015, 09:32 PM
Why do you have an NSFW folder ... -__-

It seems the issue may be related to your computer's Internet Settings, since similar issues are being reported across multiple browsers from one device. I echo Dread's advice to clear the cache on each of your browsers: it is still possible that you are being presented with two different problems - one from each browser - so this seems like a good place to start. Otherwise, consult your computer's internet settings from Control Panel. Check your connectivity for any problems, and make sure you don't have a proxy enabled.

You may have guessed that I'm not a tech genius, but sometimes fiddling about with your system - within reason - can solve the problem. Just ensure you change things one at a time, and keep trying. This doesn't strike me as a complex issue, likely just a box that needs to be checked or a step that must be taken.

Masterchi
21st October 2015, 02:42 AM
Thank you for the help! I managed to solve the Firefox problem by clearing the cache, but the issue with Chrome still remains even though I applied the same method. And Akaba, please, we're not talking about my private life here, do you mind? :P

Dread Kaiser
21st October 2015, 04:26 AM
Odd, I got that same message many times and clearly cache always worked, in chrome

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Why do you have an NSFW folder ... -__-

It seems the issue may be related to your computer's Internet Settings, since similar issues are being reported across multiple browsers from one device. I echo Dread's advice to clear the cache on each of your browsers: it is still possible that you are being presented with two different problems - one from each browser - so this seems like a good place to start. Otherwise, consult your computer's internet settings from Control Panel. Check your connectivity for any problems, and make sure you don't have a proxy enabled.

You may have guessed that I'm not a tech genius, but sometimes fiddling about with your system - within reason - can solve the problem. Just ensure you change things one at a time, and keep trying. This doesn't strike me as a complex issue, likely just a box that needs to be checked or a step that must be taken.

Atleast it isn't a "Giggity" folder like someone I unfortunately know has

Pendulum
21st October 2015, 11:57 AM
"Nerdices"
Portuguese or Brazilian? I'd bet Brazilian.

Masterchi
8th November 2015, 12:02 AM
"Nerdices"
Portuguese or Brazilian? I'd bet Brazilian.
Yeah, BR...
But anyways, any more suggestions in regards to the Chrome issue?

Pendulum
8th November 2015, 12:29 AM
Clear everything. History, cookies, cache. Everything.
If doesn't work, reset the browser. Not just closing it and opening it again. In Chrome, at least, you have an option to reset it.
In the limit, just unninstall and install it again.