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11. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 10y

You're not going to like this, but it was firefox ...

12. Posted by Sander (Moderator 4811 posts) 10y
  • frowns* That's really weird. In about:config, can you tell me what the preference browser.cache.check_doc_frequency is set to? Also, can you recall exact steps of when you saw the stretched version? Did you go photo gallery, rotate, save (back to photo gallery) and saw it, or were there other steps in between?
13. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 10y

Quoting Sander

In about:config, can you tell me what the preference browser.cache.check_doc_frequency is set to?

Okay, you definitely lost me there ! I sent you an email on this a second ago. No further steps really, it went straight back to gallery after submitting the pic rotation and that's when it was the case...

14. Posted by Hien (Moderator 3906 posts) 10y

I notice that my Firefox doesn't handle this two header lines very well, or rather, it ignores them altogether.

<meta http-equiv="Pragma" content="no-cache" />
<meta http-equiv="Cache-Control" content="no-cache" />

In IE, clicking back and forward buttons will load the page fresh from the server (except for post editing mode). But in Firefox, it just loads from the cache.

15. Posted by Sander (Moderator 4811 posts) 10y

Going back and forward shouldn't "reload" (it's "no-cache", not "no-store"), Firefox does that right, and does obey those headers (at least the real http versions of them) when doing a new load of the page. The problem are the images, which don't have similar header set (naturally). After the rotation, I specify that the image should be fetched anew nu using a unique querystring (which means that the browser sees a url for the image that it doesn't know yet). As far as I can tell, this works ...but apparently not always.

16. Posted by Hien (Moderator 3906 posts) 10y

Oops!

I think it is this line that's actually making IE to reload the page from the server whenever the back/forward button is clicked.

<meta http-equiv="Expires" content="Mon, 06 Jan 1990 00:00:01 GMT" />

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