Here is the scenario I used. It must be different than what you guys are doing. 1. I enter D14 up in the search for: box up in the upper right corner of the page, press the red Go button.
2. The page redisplays with the first page of 3300+ entries. I open the first one, read it and press back. The first page shows up again. 3. I scroll down and press Next Page, and the next 25 or so entries show up, I'll click one on that page and do the same, read the post then press the back arrow. The second page redisplays.
4. Press the next page again and it goes to the third page where I do the same thing again. If either of you followed that sequence, would it cause the error you are talking about, or is the sequence different you are using (like going to the search another way).
Re: searching in reply to YTSupport, 02-25-2012 11:24:20
I'm sorry for my not responding sooner, been gone.
Whenever I hit my back button it says page has expired. I just tried what you said and it did it again. I can go to next page when I scroll down but if I click on a topic and then click back it goes to "Webpage has expired". Every time.
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