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Old 22nd October 2006, 14:12
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Default Navigation is relaoding all the time -> slow

When iam under Linux/Firefox and iam in the ISPconfig control pannel, my left navigation frame is reloading all the time, which makes the whole thing extremly slow.

Under WinXP/Firefox its working like a sharm.

I got to diffrent systems, both under gentoo, both with the same problem.
Is that problem known or even fixed ? Is it server-side or client-side ?

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Old 23rd October 2006, 10:27
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Is that problem known or even fixed ?
There exist some incompatible Firefox plugins that may cause this problem.

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Is it server-side or client-side ?
It is clientside (Javascript). Firefix fires a javascript event to load some libraries again and again.
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