How come FileFlash's home page doesn't get logged in Mozilla v1.7.5's history?

Is it me or is http://fileflash.com/ (not the links inside) home page 
not being recorded in Mozilla v1.7.5's history? I just noticed it. I 
looked at the source code, but didn't see anything interesting. I was 
using Windows XP Professional SP2 (all updates).

Thank you in advance. :)
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Ant wrote:

> Is it me or is http://fileflash.com/ (not the links inside) home page 
> not being recorded in Mozilla v1.7.5's history? I just noticed it. I 
> looked at the source code, but didn't see anything interesting. I was 
> using Windows XP Professional SP2 (all updates).
>
> Thank you in advance. :)

It is in my history, Mozilla v1.7.5 Windows 2000 SP4

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Jonathan
3/1/2005 2:42:28 PM
On 3/1/2005 6:42 AM PT, Jonathan N. Little wrote:

>> Is it me or is http://fileflash.com/ (not the links inside) home page 
>> not being recorded in Mozilla v1.7.5's history? I just noticed it. I 
>> looked at the source code, but didn't see anything interesting. I was 
>> using Windows XP Professional SP2 (all updates).
>>
>> Thank you in advance. :)
> 
> It is in my history, Mozilla v1.7.5 Windows 2000 SP4

Strange. It works on my office machine too. I wonder why XP's copy 
didn't. I will check again tonight or so.
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Phillip
3/1/2005 10:10:44 PM
>>> Is it me or is http://fileflash.com/ (not the links inside) home page 
>>> not being recorded in Mozilla v1.7.5's history? I just noticed it. I 
>>> looked at the source code, but didn't see anything interesting. I was 
>>> using Windows XP Professional SP2 (all updates).
>>>
>>> Thank you in advance. :)
>>
>> It is in my history, Mozilla v1.7.5 Windows 2000 SP4
> 
> Strange. It works on my office machine too. I wonder why XP's copy 
> didn't. I will check again tonight or so.

Oops, wrong URL. I meant to paste this one: 
http://fileflash.com/?action=quickload
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Ant
3/2/2005 4:47:28 AM
Ant wrote:

>>>> Is it me or is http://fileflash.com/ (not the links inside) home 
>>>> page not being recorded in Mozilla v1.7.5's history? I just noticed 
>>>> it. I looked at the source code, but didn't see anything 
>>>> interesting. I was using Windows XP Professional SP2 (all updates).
>>>>
>>>> Thank you in advance. :)
>>>
>>>
>>> It is in my history, Mozilla v1.7.5 Windows 2000 SP4
>>
>>
>> Strange. It works on my office machine too. I wonder why XP's copy 
>> didn't. I will check again tonight or so.
>
>
> Oops, wrong URL. I meant to paste this one: 
> http://fileflash.com/?action=quickload

Still gets logged.

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Take care,
 
Jonathan
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http://www.LittleWorksStudio.com
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Jonathan
3/2/2005 1:23:59 PM
On 3/2/2005 5:23 AM PT, Jonathan N. Little wrote:

>>>>> Is it me or is http://fileflash.com/ (not the links inside) home 
>>>>> page not being recorded in Mozilla v1.7.5's history? I just noticed 
>>>>> it. I looked at the source code, but didn't see anything 
>>>>> interesting. I was using Windows XP Professional SP2 (all updates).
>>>>>
>>>>> Thank you in advance. :)
>>>>
>>>> It is in my history, Mozilla v1.7.5 Windows 2000 SP4
>>>
>>> Strange. It works on my office machine too. I wonder why XP's copy 
>>> didn't. I will check again tonight or so.
>>
>> Oops, wrong URL. I meant to paste this one: 
>> http://fileflash.com/?action=quickload
> 
> Still gets logged.

Strange. It does get logged on office machine again. I wonder why it is 
not logging at home. Hmm.
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Norton SystemWorks (PC)
Symantec Corporation
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Phillip
3/2/2005 9:23:43 PM
On 3/2/2005 5:23 AM PT, Jonathan N. Little wrote:

> Ant wrote:
> 
>>>>> Is it me or is http://fileflash.com/ (not the links inside) home 
>>>>> page not being recorded in Mozilla v1.7.5's history? I just noticed 
>>>>> it. I looked at the source code, but didn't see anything 
>>>>> interesting. I was using Windows XP Professional SP2 (all updates).
>>>>
>>>> It is in my history, Mozilla v1.7.5 Windows 2000 SP4
>>>
>>> Strange. It works on my office machine too. I wonder why XP's copy 
>>> didn't. I will check again tonight or so.
>>
>> Oops, wrong URL. I meant to paste this one: 
>> http://fileflash.com/?action=quickload
> 
> Still gets logged.

OK, I think I fixed the problem. It seems like my history list got 
corrupted. I cleared it, restarted, and retried again. Now, the site 
gets logged. Thanks for the help. :)
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crawling hill and holds them all in sway, ants will wander witless and 
purposeless and then feebly die, so the creatures of Sauron, orc or 
troll or beast spell-enslaved, ran hither and thither mindless; and some 
slew themselves, or cast themselves in pits, or fled wailing back to 
hide in holes and dark lightless places far from hope." --The Return of 
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3/3/2005 8:12:31 AM
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