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TS.Com on Toshiba Thrive

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Norsky, Dec 2, 2011.

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  1. Norsky

    Norsky Member

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    The Thrive tablet freezes on the first page and occassionaly just before the final post on a thread. It will unfreeze if I rotate the tablet to portrait and back. It doesn't make any difference if I start in the landscape or portrait mode. Have tried switching between "frames" and "frameless". This is the only site this happens on. Any suggestions from the computer gurus here would be appreciated. Couldn't find a specific catagory for this subject so hope no one is offended by this post.
    Regards,
    Ray
     
  2. GoDawgs

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    This could be because Trapshooters.com has two modes: a frames version of the website and a no frames version.

    If you look up in the address bar, it might say something like www.trapshooters.com/noframes or www.trapshooters.com (with nothing behind the .com, this is the "frames" version).

    Most likely, the browser on the Thrive can't handle frames. Click the No Frames version in the upper left to get to the No Frame mode and see if it works better.
     
  3. Norsky

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    Thanks David, that doesn't work either.
    Regards,
    Ray
     
  4. Palos shooter

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    I use the frames version and it works great..check the frames version and you will be on your way for success on this site...
     
  5. Mr. Flinch

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    Yep, what GoDawgs said.
     
  6. gaboy77

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    Using my thrive for this post. No frames is the trick for mine. I have no problems.
     
  7. Norsky

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    Thanks for the input guys. I've tried all three versions and they all freeze up.
    Regards,
    Ray
     
  8. KENENT1

    KENENT1 Active Member

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    try using opera browser, it worked on my blackberry.


    tony
     
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