Amethyst

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  1. Ah, that would explain it. I figured it must be something these two browsers were doing differently. I had issues a while back with one particular website which seemed to introduce image corruption into the cache. I only accessed that website with Chrome, but when the images got corrupted in Chrome, they were also corrupted in Opera. I had to completely clear the cache in both browsers to get it fixed. If I only cleared the cache in one, it didn't help.
  2. Now it's working again in Opera. Seems to be an off and on thing, I'm just wondering why it affects the chrome based browsers and not Firefox.
  3. Hello, I've had this issue come up with this forum and with another message board I belong to. It happens occasionally and is affecting this forum right now. When I try to reach the website of this message board on my Opera and Chrome browsers, I get the message that the DNS address could not be found. Yet here I am, same computer, Firefox browser. Any idea why this might be happening?
  4. I just installed this browser on my current laptop. I haven't used Google Chrome for a long time, so I am getting reacquainted with it. The only extension I have purposely installed is WOT. Google Docs offline and others are there and enabled--Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slide. It looks like Chrome comes with them installed and enabled by default. HTH.
  5. I haven't read the article yet...but why on earth would Microsoft do that? That is absolutely insane!