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I uninstalled firefox and reinstalled it. I will reinstall Adobe Flash next.
Any idea of the other plug-ins that may be involved?
This is the message I get from Stockcharts when I try to load a SharpChart: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
StockCharts.com - Excessive Workbench RequestsAccess to StockCharts.com has been denied due to excessive workbench requests. (W:220.127.116.11) This often means that you have a browser plug-in that is misbehaving. Please restart your browser/computer and try again. Please email email@example.com if you believe you are receiving this message in error.
Over the years, before I switched to using Chrome, I had a few issues with annotating charts using Firefox.
Apart from StockCharts, this year for several months I was having an issue between my ISP and Thunderbird. Despite attempts with my ISP to resolve the issue, it remained a mystery until one day a month or so ago the issue mysteriously resolved itself.
I have a couple of index charts set for 15 second refresh open on one of my monitors during market hours. Late last week and again today, I am having an issue. I have had to manually update/refresh a few times and right now both charts have changed to reduced settings instead of my default settings.