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I cannot get logged as I have in the past. I keep getting some kind of google crap. I donít even know if Iíll be able to get back in later to see if anyone answers. This is a bunch of crap.

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Well, I did get logged back in but have no idea what to expect the next time.

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I cannot get logged as I have in the past. I keep getting some kind of google crap. I donít even know if Iíll be able to get back in later to see if anyone answers. This is a bunch of crap.
I and others are going through that this past week. Mine has straightened out yesterday and today.

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@Herb Stoops : it just worked for me. I do not use google. Haven’t for several years. Seem people don’t pay attention to the old adage “if it ain’t broke don’t mess with it”.
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No issues here guys , well other than very slow some days . I’m using an iPad and Safari.

Richard, I’m wondering if you need to clean your computer?

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No issues here guys , well other than very slow some days . Iím using an iPad and Safari.

Richard, Iím wondering if you need to clean your computer?
but yur nit using CCleaner..
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Seems Chrome has had some changes that cause issues with displaying some page code. I use a remote method to log into a few observatories and then access the imaging software through an URL and port number. This past week I get logged in but the sub-menus don't work. I'll see a message that says "Error in Macro <<XPMenu>>

The same procedure in FireFox and IE11 works just fine. This is a browser issue, the script is fine. Sometimes Chrome just display the HTML code other times the attached picture results. CCleaner, which I use regularly won't do a thing for this. Switching browsers to log in will work fine. You may have to use another browser for this site until things get straight with Chrome. One thing I'll mention is CCleaner is great but I would not use any Registry cleaner unless I'm about to rebuild the system from scratch. They tend to do more damage than good. YMMV
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No issues here guys , well other than very slow some days . Iím using an iPad and Safari.

Richard, Iím wondering if you need to clean your computer?
I understand Hillary has an excellent computer cleaner, I mean if you're looking for recommendations.

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I understand Hillary has an excellent computer cleaner, I mean if you're looking for recommendations.

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