The KITV site offered a cookie and the cookie was hiding underneath the blank page! I only saw the cookie notification when I went to close that tab. I have IE set to accept first party cookies (but ask me first) and block all third party. The site would not load until I either told IE to accept the cookie or told it to reject the cookie. That is normal behavior. The problem is that IE is loading the cookie question box UNDERNEATH the page instead of on top! I guess I need to post
in a Microsoft forum as that appears to be a bug. I have to try more sites. The other one was the same problem.
But I sure can't use IE at forums. IE 10 is worse than any version before it as far as accessibility goes. There is NO accessibility. I can just BARELY make out what I am typing as the font is so extremely tiny. Yet look at the GIGANTIC font used for the title of this forum! Plus, IE 100 gives me no scroll bar for this text box and no plug corner to enlarge it. Instead it jumps and flickers and redraws the box every time I start a new line. BAD!
But I can use IE, if needed, at sites where I just read.
Geez, the KITV tab is trying to reload and says "waiting for kitv.com" and it won't load. I bet there is another cookie prompt under that tab window. UGH. Hmm..the KITV site is loaded so why it is saying "waiting for KITV.com"?
Well, I can't post this from IE or upload a screenshot. It says it can't connect. I just switched to Fx and this site is working just fine (has been extremely slow earlier here though and errors here but ok now on Fx but not IE). So, I am posting from Fx.
Well, not I can't post from Fx here. The site is intermittently going down, then up, then down...been doing this last 24 hours...there is a thread in bugs about it. Hmmm...site down for you or everyone says dslr is up but it is intermittent.
Site down when I tried to upload the screenshot. Two seconds later though it uploaded instantly...wacky ...the site gremlins are having a good ole time! Can't upload this post....try again.--
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