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Emcee:  SI Dmitry (code monkey) Type:  Moderated
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    6492Thanks for the tip I will try that. It happened 7 times last night.Sawdusty-55 minutes ago
    6491Try removing the Firefox cookies as well. Corrupted cookies can cause all sortsJ.F. Sebastian-6 hours ago
    6490There were an amazing amount of cookies in Firefox. I went down the list and clSawdusty-yesterday
    6489I am well aware of the law. My problem is it popping up all the time without me Sawdusty-yesterday
    6488See: All sites must inform users about cookies. Once again, you shoSI Ron (Soup Nazi)-yesterday
    6487Sorry Ron, not true....I have not deleted any cookies. Be assured, I have been oSawdusty-yesterday
    6486SI is not the only site that does this, by LAW all websites must inform users ofSI Ron (Soup Nazi)-yesterday
    6485What the heck is going on with the pop up about accepting cookies. I think I goSawdusty2yesterday
    6484AAPL chart WAS updated after your fix, BUT NOT today :-( o~~~ OMoonray-November 29
    6483Now works well, thanx! o~~~ OMoonray-November 25
    6482Dear Moonray, Thanks for pointing this out. This should be fixed now. RegardsSI Dmitry (code monkey)1November 25
    6481This chart has NOT been updated since last week. Is this some kind of new featurMoonray-November 25
    6480I'm not complaining about the limit.I was asking for the site to accept webpTimF-November 22
    6479If any image is 5 MB, its not going to make the quality any better. You are goiSI Ron (Soup Nazi)-November 22
    6478When I try to embed something too big it (or a webp or other format the site wonTimF-November 22
    6477Size I think its 2 or 5 MB.SI Ron (Soup Nazi)-November 22
    6476True. I guess in the past I've seen rather large wepb files, but if they'J.F. Sebastian-November 22
    6475So can other image files. Doesn't matter here as SI has a size limit.TimF-November 22
    6474They can be pretty large, isn't that right?J.F. Sebastian-November 22
    6473Can webp files be added as an option in the image uploadTimF-November 21
    6472>> Until the ad network addresses the issue itself << That seems toTerry Maloney1November 13
    6471Yes, I was hoping that Dmitri might be able to bring the issue up with the ad neTerry Maloney1November 10
    6470I've read that ad networks have a constant battle keeping hackers and other J.F. Sebastian-November 10
    6469I'll probably just keep using Firefox for now, but I get your point ... someTerry Maloney1November 10
    6468I don't see where SI has much interest in fixing it so I just avoid leaving Sawdusty1November 9
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