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From:Joao Prado Maia Date:September 17 2004 7:28pm
Subject:RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsers
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Joaquim,

> I just attempted to add some time to an issue.. I entered some garbage in the
> description field, 12 minutes and clicked on "Clock-in"; the page re-loaded,
> but no time was shown. When I forced the browser (FF 093) to re-load
> again, the
> time entry was all of a sudden displayed.
>
> Can you think of any specific PHP setting that might cause this?
> session.setting
> perhaps?
>

This is a browser issue, not a PHP one AFAICS. Change Firefox to keep 1kb worth
of cache (you can't set it to zero, apparently) and this should not happen
anymore.

--Joao

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[1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoaquim Homrighausen17 Sep
  • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoao Prado Maia17 Sep
    • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoaquim Homrighausen17 Sep
      • Re: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersDevananda17 Sep
  • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersDennis Perkins17 Sep
  • Re: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersSandip Bhattacharya18 Sep
  • Re: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoaquim Homrighausen18 Sep
    • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoao Prado Maia22 Sep
      • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoaquim Homrighausen22 Sep
        • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoao Prado Maia26 Sep
RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoaquim Homrighausen17 Sep
  • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoao Prado Maia17 Sep