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My iMac hates Xenforo.com. Why?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by glorify, Apr 7, 2011.

  1. glorify

    glorify Well-Known Member

    XF.com here loads partially or not at all on my iMac. I use the same network my Windows laptop can connect to XF on wirelessly.

    It is timing out now as I post this from my phone.

    The same thing happens in Chrome, Safari, and FF. No other websites are a problem. What do I need to investigate?
  2. glorify

    glorify Well-Known Member

    Here is a screen of a partial load from my iMac

    Screen shot 2011-04-06 at 8.28.42 PM.png
  3. Legend

    Legend Member

    I use a Mac, and everything works fine on my end, in all browsers.
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  4. Tempest

    Tempest Active Member

    My iMac is working fine with xenForo as well. This probably won't fix it but... are the browsers up to date on your iMac? If they are, try completely clearing your cache.
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  5. glorify

    glorify Well-Known Member

    I have different machines as well, but this is specific to my mac and this problem. Very irritating to say the least. I have tried to clear my cache, etc, but happens on all 3 browsers, so it has to be something in the machine somewhere.
  6. Tempest

    Tempest Active Member

    It certainly isn't a hardware problem even if it seems like it, your iMac is fine, that much you can be sure of. Try resetting your router or internet connection.
  7. glorify

    glorify Well-Known Member

    LOL. My Windows laptop would fail if there was a problem there. That is why this ghost is such a pain!
  8. glorify

    glorify Well-Known Member

    If I find a solution, I will let you all know. Thanks tho :)
  9. Tigratrus

    Tigratrus Well-Known Member

    Good luck Glorify! No clue here either, our Mac Pro and iMac's are all flawless on XF in all browsers.
    Wish I had more useful input...
  10. Russ

    Russ Well-Known Member

    Does a ctrl-f5 do a hard refresh on macs as well? Might be worth trying.
  11. fos

    fos Active Member

    I have an iMac and a Mac Book Pro. Both work fine.

    I hope you find a solution soon,

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  12. glorify

    glorify Well-Known Member

    Dang it. Appreciate the feedback, no luck so for.
  13. dutchbb

    dutchbb Well-Known Member

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  14. Fufu

    Fufu Well-Known Member

    What version of Safari is that?

    I might be wrong, but are you running OS X Tiger?
  15. Kier

    Kier XenForo Developer Staff Member

    That's Chrome, not Safari and the OS looks like Snow Leopard.
  16. Kier

    Kier XenForo Developer Staff Member

    Do you see the same problems here? http://casualplayers.org/forums/
  17. glorify

    glorify Well-Known Member

    Yes system is up to date. I will take a peek at that page tonight, but it looks like it's mainly for Safari, but I have the problem on all 3 browsers. Thanks.

    No. No problems there.

    Tried from my iMac just not--unusable. I took a took a couple of screens, the most common thing that happens. The page most often just sits there and doesn't load completely.

    Running OS 10.6.7

    Screen shot 2011-04-07 at 7.33.07 AM.png Screen shot 2011-04-07 at 7.33.03 AM.png
  18. Mattie Num Nums

    Mattie Num Nums Active Member

    I used to always get those weird page loads in Chrome and Safari. I just stick to Firefox now.
  19. glorify

    glorify Well-Known Member

    Firefox is the same, but thanks.
  20. Iestyn

    Iestyn Active Member

    I get this problem with Chrome a lot, a hard refresh usually fixes it for me. Never have this problem with any browser other than Chrome.

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