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Is it normal for the Anti phishing to freeze/make the cursor sticky on screen

Hi All

This happens occasionally when I want to check a site I click the green check and the card drops down and says everything is ok,but sometimes when doing this the card drop down is slow and the cursor sticks to the screen and you have to click out of the site.It also has happened with the log in just now with photobuckets site,The first log in did not work so I went back to home and tried again then It worked?

Is it because Photobuckets site has alot to load up with images etc and my Ram/connection speed is small,It can't handle it all in one go ie load and then automatically fill in the login.Hope I make sense.

Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013

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Re: Is it normal for the Anti phishing to freeze/make the cursor sticky on screen

Hi All

This happens occasionally when I want to check a site I click the green check and the card drops down and says everything is ok,but sometimes when doing this the card drop down is slow and the cursor sticks to the screen and you have to click out of the site.It also has happened with the log in just now with photobuckets site,The first log in did not work so I went back to home and tried again then It worked?

Is it because Photobuckets site has alot to load up with images etc and my Ram/connection speed is small,It can't handle it all in one go ie load and then automatically fill in the login.Hope I make sense.

Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013
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Re: Is it normal for the Anti phishing to freeze/make the cursor sticky on screen

Hi mo,

Your analysis is correct. A slow connection speed with a graphic intensive site such as Photobucket can produce the actions you described.

The reason it worked better the second time is because your Internet Cache had already loaded some of the website items onto your computer in "Temporary Internet Files", therefore on the second attempt, there was not that much more to load.

Hope that helps.

"Anyone who isn't confused really doesn't understand the situation."   Edward R. Murrow
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Re: Is it normal for the Anti phishing to freeze/make the cursor sticky on screen

That confirms what I was thinking,I wish website developers would take note and keep their sign in pages lean then stick all the 'stuff' on another page.Thats why I Iike this site(other than the great help/information)and google nice and simple!I suppose down the track have to upgrade the connection speed.Thanks PhilMessage Edited by mo on 11-19-2008 02:20 PM
Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013

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