Hmmm, yes and no, as I get today a initial listing on the 'Forum' page a description of the topic of three pages and a count of 54 entries. Clik to the second topic page #1, and the showing is three pages. Another clik to page two, then another to pages three, and I get first a view of posts to page three and forty three posts. At a later timing my browser incorporates an update of the full 54 posts as exist at 1/13/2013, by automatic initiated page updating.
It seems some aspect is server/user interaction as updating of pages is allowed, and some is the slow conditions or former posted 'cookie' or other records which instruct the user computer to alter updating.
Will we ever solve that confusion? Some apparently have the set-aside to not be involved. Others have the 'bug'.
I haven't read the topic as yet. Good for a day off, and links of interest.
There was technical offense waged here at times, but I have tried to let it be solved by others. Hope you are getting good service from your 'cleaning' software. I have severe current problems with the very popular ASC 6, Advanced System Care 6, which is preventing my networking and online access after a version from #5. This may be affecting you as well, Joe.
Someday this will appear as outdated(out-moded) as our old 'TV' movies do so. We see the Twentieth Century as ancient do to fast tech changes, but much of the same tech is just worded a little differently in newer versions of software.
This site updates for me now, but I cannot now download HiRISE images.
Don't give up, you will miss the chaos and good times, and the news.
Cross platform/software performance is not the only problem. Someday we will be watching countries 'hook' up modules from differing spacecraft, for mission adaptations. A future embedded in current training for long voyages or rescue/repairs.
I have new versions of Ubuntu to match NASA, but I am not yet using it currently.
I was using an older issue of OEM XPP3.