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If I try to click on the thread about Roku's in the Cord Cutters form and inly that thread, I get this in big letters

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RELOAD
 
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If you’re talking about the “Some Roku TVs showing Ads” thread, it worked for me on my iPad in Safari. I think it was just a temporary hiccup. Maybe clear your cache if it still doesn’t work.
 
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If I try to click on the thread about Roku's in the Cord Cutters form and inly that thread, I get this in big letters

Page could not be loaded​

The requested page could not be loaded.
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RELOAD
Could have been when I rebooted the server to apply a new Kernel to the server. That error message is generated by your browser. If it was done by our server the message would look like this.

 
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Latest Firefox running on a desktop PC, I'm seeing the error when clicking on the link at 8 AM EST Thursday.

EDIT: OK, after a little experimentation it's the "/unread" part of the URL causing the problem. Delete that part and it loads fine.
 
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Could have been when I rebooted the server to apply a new Kernel to the server. That error message is generated by your browser. If it was done by our server the message would look like this.

I'm still seeing the error here on both Chrome and Firefox after clearing the cache.

On edit: It also seems to be only that thread that's affected. Other threads in that forum work ok.
 
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happened to me yesterday, turned off adblocker nd it worked fine
 
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Other than reboot this morning (As Cpanel sent me an email telling me I had to) I haven't touched anything else.

With that said I just download 4 plugin updates that I will be installing shortly. One of them is supposed to fix something with the Notifications System, which I saw someone mention somewhere else. (I don't however know what it fixes in the Notification center) :)

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I am still getting it using Chrome on my iMac and Safari on my iPad. Interestingly enough it works fine using Safari on my iMac and Chrome on my iPad. It does seem to be attached to adblockers.
 
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