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jaguar
Oct-29-2006 @ 8:52 PM                           Permalink
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one for the technically minded!
have tried to sign the petition (more than once) up comes the page showing sig. no-. name and town once i revert to view sigs.page- sig .count is reduced by one and mine has dissappeared!Also when i try to connect to s.c. i get a message;-access denied error 403
help please guys! Confusedmike

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Try reducing security level settings in your browser & check your firewall.

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Mike,

The error message 403 means "access denied, you do not have permission to access this (secure) file".
That's nonsense of course, you are very welcome to access that page!

The message is coming from your own browser rather than the web page, almost certainly because your firewall doesn't like the advertising on the petition page.

You could relax your firewall and/or browser security settings but we wouldn't encourage that if they've been set "tight" for specific reasons.

If you - and anyone else - continues to experience a problem obtaining full access to the petition, please email your name, town and any comment and we will paste the detail into the petition on your behalf.

Numbers matter.

info@broads-nav.com

Many thanks, everyone.

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Let's get The Broads back in the hands of people who care.

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Why was the above post being blocked?

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the only change to my setup is recent installation of I.E.7.always could view S.c. previously
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quote:"......
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Surely it was no more than the standard system where any new user's first two posts are reviewed by a mod before they are visible. It was obviously reviewed and OK'd.

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just uninstalled i.e.7 and reinstalled i.e.6    s.c. no problem, dont know about the petition as ive p.mmed broads NAV.COM TO sign for me

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mike and angie.

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Why not simply install Firefox and have the features of IE7, but in a way that works?

And congrats for persevering. it's all in a good cause.

Robin
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cheers robin ,always thought firefox was that russian plane clint eastwood pinched tounge-in-cheek

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Why not simply install Firefox and have the features of IE7, but in a way that works?
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answer i wouldnt know firefox from the big bad wolf tounge-in-cheek
seriously im not a wiz with computers mike

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Well done for signing up mike, and becoming the 400th member of the "Troublesome Minority Club".  It was well worth all your efforts.

Pete

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