Quick reply bug?

Guild McCommunist

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The quick reply function for me seems to be rather borked. I asked a few people in the Shoutbox and it seems I'm an isolated incident. I tried restarting my browser, clearing my cookies, all that crap, and I just get a white box to type in instead of the normal toolbar and such. I can use the "long reply" function but I still don't get the toolbar and crap. Same with posting this thread.

Any solutions?
 

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try re-installing firefox after backing up your bookmarks. firefox is a bit buggy and starts acting cranky for no reason sometimes re-installing it will do the trick :). hope you find it useful.
 

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