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wents75
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Hi all
Looks slick to me! Hope everyones good in these crazy times ?
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Well I had been awol for a while,
And on my return found I couldn’t login,also forgot my password.double bugger.
I then messaged Allan H on another forum for help,And help he did so big thanks for that.
Ok down to the performance it’s slow,So I’m about to have a play with things.
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For the guys still having performance issues

This is an unedited screen recording from my 3 - 4 year old Android mobile, after the initial forum page, when the topic turns yellow, that is when I have selected it.
It was done using mobile data, this is the sort of speed I would expect you to be getting, guys over in the USA and Canada ect.. may be a fraction slower, but still a reasonable speed.



Thanks
Ian
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Alan H
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Thanks for the update yesterday Ian. I've deleted all the site cookies (with the 'delete cookies' tag at the bottom right of the screen) and it flies along. I called at Richard's yesterday and he was having issues with his ilaptop, but I forgot to mention what you said. I'm sure he'll read this and try it though.
Proof that four strokes are over complicated
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Alan i have deleted cookies several times, still slow.
SUZUKI GT750 L 8-)
SUZUKI T500 M 8-)
SUZUKI GT185 K 8-)
Suzuki T500 Cobra 8-) 8-)
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Is the gas pressure to your wifi ok? Just wond'rin.....;)
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itsnotateapot wrote: Thu Sep 10, 2020 9:22 am Alan i have deleted cookies several times, still slow.
Throw away the barm cakes

Hope this helps
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Barm cakes? WTF's barm cakes? That's foreign stuff.
We have breadcakes here.
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itsnotateapot wrote: Thu Sep 10, 2020 9:22 am Alan i have deleted cookies several times, still slow.
Richard, if you have bookmarked the forum, first check the bookmark looks exactly like the https line below
If it doesn't look the same, edit the bookmark so it does, or delete the bookmark and save it as, what is shown

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Ian
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astrax wrote: Thu Sep 10, 2020 11:29 am
itsnotateapot wrote: Thu Sep 10, 2020 9:22 am Alan i have deleted cookies several times, still slow.
Richard, if you have bookmarked the forum, first check the bookmark looks exactly like the https line below
If it doesn't look the same, edit the bookmark so it does, or delete the bookmark and save it as, what is shown

Thanks
Ian
Ian i have cleared the bookmark and put in the new address you posted, i have cleared cookies again and it is still slow. ps i am using chrome.
Richard
SUZUKI GT750 L 8-)
SUZUKI T500 M 8-)
SUZUKI GT185 K 8-)
Suzuki T500 Cobra 8-) 8-)
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