Strikes not showing after Firefox 39 update.
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A heads up for anyone using Firefox, there's an update being offered at the moment to version 39.

Be aware that it may break the real time strike update on the site, and it's due ( I think) to a change made in the way that Java is being used by Mozilla.

I have got it working again by updating the security settings in Java to allow the site as an exception, which seems to have restored the update capability.

To update this, go to control panel, then Java, then the security tag, add the site to the exceptions, and allow the warning that it's not https, and then it should all be working again.

Hope this helps some of the users

Steve
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#2
Hi!

Neither Blitzortung.org nor Lightningmaps.org are using Java. This can not be the reason for the issue. If the problem still persists then please give us some more information to solve the issue.

Thanks and have fun!
Tobi
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#3
I have seen today, many warning indications on my browser (lightningmaps.org not responding). I have used IE 11.

Irish_Steve, does you Mozilla 39 completety stopped in the earlier situation you saw ?
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(2015-07-11, 13:29)tkuhmone Wrote: I have seen today, many warning indications on my browser (lightningmaps.org not responding). I have used IE 11.

Irish_Steve, does you Mozilla 39 completety stopped in the earlier situation you saw ?

Both are working fine, BT and LMO in my FF39, here in Kentucky USA  as well as IE11... (well, taking into account IE doesn't do wav audio for strokes)
Check your FF for out of date plug-ins, Java isn't the issue, but others might be...etc. 
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If that works, and Blitzortung signals don't from the BT site, there's some issue between your keyboard and the connection to the BT servers... be it browser, whatever.

Mike
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#5
I need to follow situation, and collect info from different browsers....

At least my FF39 did show this script error, Irish_Steve did you see same also ?
Is the LMO web site using map services, via the maps.gstatic.com -link what I see on scrip error?

Normally my FF 39 works ok, for longer periods without re-start. If I open lightningmaps.org to any tab of the mozilla, after this usually the whole browser stops responding (in timeframe of 10...15min). This has been happening on Mozilla 39 for approx 2 days now. Still I could not yet confirm, if it has (or not) anything to do with LMO website.


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(2015-07-11, 15:26)tkuhmone Wrote: I need to follow situation, and collect info from different browsers....

At least my FF39 did show this script error, Irish_Steve did you see same also ?
Is the LMO web site using map services, via the maps.gstatic.com -link what I see on scrip error?

Normally my FF 39 works ok, for longer periods without re-start. If I open lightningmaps.org to any tab of the mozilla, after this usually the whole browser stops responding (in timeframe of 10...15min). This has been happening on Mozilla 39 for approx 2 days now. Still I could not yet confirm, if it has (or not) anything to do with LMO website.

have a look at your ram when it freezes, might be a bad coding from FF with a memory leak eating slowly but surely all resources. Safari on Mac does it but mostly within limits

when I stay on the page  I see ram usage easily go up by a gig or two
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not sure if this info is useful. but I was talking to a friend that uses the site and the site seems to work fine on moblies running the android stock browser
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(2015-07-11, 16:41)Eric.Wouters Wrote:
(2015-07-11, 15:26)tkuhmone Wrote: I need to follow situation, and collect info from different browsers....

At least my FF39 did show this script error, Irish_Steve did you read https://skinnyexpress.com/phen375-review-and-results the Phen375 review and see the same also?
Is the LMO web site using map services, via the maps.gstatic.com -link what I see on scrip error?

Normally my FF 39 works ok, for longer periods without re-start. If I open lightningmaps.org to any tab of the mozilla, after this usually the whole browser stops responding (in timeframe of 10...15min). This has been happening on Mozilla 39 for approx 2 days now. Still I could not yet confirm, if it has (or not) anything to do with LMO website.

have a look at your ram when it freezes, might be a bad coding from FF with a memory leak eating slowly but surely all resources. Safari on Mac does it but mostly within limits

when I stay on the page  I see ram usage easily go up by a gig or two

What is the best browser to use? I'm fed up with FireFox. Also how do I look at my ram usage?
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My suggestion: Chrome. It is very good regarding performance.
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