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YAY!!! Thank you @farmdawgnation
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send a dowload please!?

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Chrome should update itself, but if you click the Wrench icon in the top right corner and click "About Chrome" it should notify you that an update is available and allow you to update manually.
@farmdawgnation now the "Uh-oh, lost the connection… Trying to reconnect now." is bothering me a bit. lol sorry duck.
I haven't been seeing that happen, but others have. heh. I'll see what I see in the error reports.
Can you see what error you're getting in your error console?
How do you do that exactly?
wait is it javascript console thingy in the settings?
Indeed it is.
I'm not getting the message now. I'm not seeing anywhere in that console thingy a mention of error.
Well you won't see the error in the console unless the connection error box is showing, I suspect. So next time it does, you should check the console.
What is this? Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 403 (Forbidden)
Resource interpreted as Font but transferred with MIME type font/x-woff: "http://cdn.mathjax.org/mathjax/latest/fonts/HTML-CSS/TeX/woff/MathJax_Main-Regular.woff". Resource interpreted as Font but transferred with MIME type font/x-woff: "http://cdn.mathjax.org/mathjax/latest/fonts/HTML-CSS/TeX/woff/MathJax_Size1-Regular.woff". Resource interpreted as Document but transferred with MIME type text/javascript: "http://openstudy.com/ajax_request/F141594123415KGS340".
None of those are anything to be concerned about.
ok I will wait for the uh oh thingy
Is it this thing?
Yes that thingy
Hey @farmdawgnation that javascript console thingy seems like it constantly changes.
It does. heh.
So I guess it would have to be stuck on the uh oh thing for more than a minute so that I could do your request. I don't think that will happen.
Well, I think the "uh oh" may have been caused by legit connection issues. There are two things that cause that, connection issues and errrors. We just had to restart the server because it got super slow, which would register as a connection error on your machine.
@farmdawgnation I understand that the server is going to recover slowly, but did you fix the chat eating in yesterday's bugfix?
No. Chat eating has not been fixed because we have still been unable to isolate the actual cause. All we know it that it gets worse when the server slows down, but it happens constantly. It's one of the most elusive bugs I've dealt with in my time coding. heh.
Hehe...you have a great site btw
Thanks, but it's definitely not all me. heh.
It belongs all to farmduck. lol
We can keep that between us.
lol.
I can't believe you guys call it chat eating.
I just want to say that the site is functioning much much better at the moment. No lagging at the moment which is awesome.
Sadly that's because we restarted the server heh. But I'm fixing some of the causes of this morning's slowdowns as we speak, so we should be able to do a release in the morning that attends to some of that.
Usually, this site would lag no matter what happens. Even during resets. But not this time. I think the lagging is over. Plus I no longer see glitches I would normally see like the "What's Crackin" thread between page loads when I log-on.
However, I still don't seem to be able to access my previous "answered questions" without lagging. Which by the way, I think that "answered questions" link should be organized into some kind of backdate calendar where you can click on a calendar date and see which questions you answered on which days. It would be a good way for individual users to keep track of what they are doing and when they are doing it.
Is the delay constant as you traverse your history of questions or does it get worse the farther back you go?

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