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Neil Jones5,952 posts since 23 Dec 2001
Central (West) Midlands Today
I think one should have to have a minimum of, say, two months here before you can see the content of Requests, and three months before you can post in it. That makes it enough of a perk to encourage posting in the other forums and makes Requests available once you've shown you haven't come along just to be an idiot.

I was going to suggest a minimum post count but anybody can reach a post count by writing unsubstantiated drivel multiple times over - they can't travel through time.

Of course being a member of Club 2001, I could just be really awkward and suggest a minimum membership period of, I dunno, 18 years or something before you can see Requests Wink If you're not responsible after 18 years you never will be Very Happy No, three months seems fair to me.
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Brekkie gave kudos
Brekkie33,319 posts since 4 Jan 2003 Recently warned
HTV Wales Wales Today
Is the Twitter embedding function broke - don't seem to be showing for me.

e.g.


It's great that everybody gets sarcasm.
JAS844,384 posts since 26 Aug 2010
Yorkshire Look North (E.Yorks & Lincs)
Has anyone here read Doctor Who Magazine's 2020 Yearbook? There's a 2002 screengrab of Internet Explorer showing a website called Dalek 6388 (which still exists today), but it appears to be a doctored image, as the address bar and header instead refer to TV Home Forum. Yep, this website we're on now got an accidental plug.
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BillyH and Joe gave kudos
Neil Jones5,952 posts since 23 Dec 2001
Central (West) Midlands Today
Twitter just had a major worldwide outage. May be why.

Still having the issue myself in Firefox for some reason. Fine in Chrome.


Here you go:
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-and-diagnose-firefox-problems

Number one rule of browser problems in browsers that use profiles and/or addons: Profiles get corrupted and addons can interfere.
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Brekkie gave kudos
VMPhil10,119 posts since 31 Mar 2005
Granada North West Today
Has anyone here read Doctor Who Magazine's 2020 Yearbook? There's a 2002 screengrab of Internet Explorer showing a website called Dalek 6388 (which still exists today), but it appears to be a doctored image, as the address bar and header instead refer to TV Home Forum. Yep, this website we're on now got an accidental plug.

It wouldn't happen to be this one would it…


Not sure how/why this was on my old hard drive, but a snapshot of the forum's homepage way back in December 2001 - complete with Windows 98/Internet Explorer 5 surroundings!

*

(I'm not sure whose birthday it was on MSN Messenger)
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BillyH gave kudos
JAS844,384 posts since 26 Aug 2010
Yorkshire Look North (E.Yorks & Lincs)
Has anyone here read Doctor Who Magazine's 2020 Yearbook? There's a 2002 screengrab of Internet Explorer showing a website called Dalek 6388 (which still exists today), but it appears to be a doctored image, as the address bar and header instead refer to TV Home Forum. Yep, this website we're on now got an accidental plug.

It wouldn't happen to be this one would it…


Not sure how/why this was on my old hard drive, but a snapshot of the forum's homepage way back in December 2001 - complete with Windows 98/Internet Explorer 5 surroundings!

*

(I'm not sure whose birthday it was on MSN Messenger)
That's the browser frame, yeah (even has the same Birthday Today MSN tab on the taskbar at the bottom), but a different website (the Dalek6388 one I mentioned) had apparently been Photoshopped in.
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BillyH gave kudos