[jaws-uk] Re: Another off topic quickie

Hello Jamie,

I once had this problem and solved it by going into Internet explorer via
the desktop icon, for some reason it doesn't work in IE itself.  Highlight
Internet Explorer on the Desktop and press alt and enter, tab until you hear
temporary internet files settings button, press this and you will be in a
list box that says how many times the page should refresh, highlight
automatically and the box will check, tab to ok and it should help.  Next
time you get a page that won't refresh press F5 and you should find it
updates.

Hope this helps.

Audrey


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jamie Cuthbertson" <jamie.cuthbertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Jaws-UK" <Jaws-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, January 17, 2005 8:24 PM
Subject: [jaws-uk] Another off topic quickie


> Hi there!
>
> Just wondering if any Windows wizards out there might be able to point me
in
> the right direction on this one.
>
> A friend is creating a website for me and has recently updated the site on
> her server.  However, despite refreshing the page and deleting the
cookies,
> history and temporary files, I still continue to get the old version of
the
> site appearing on my computer.  I have also used the Disk Clean Up feature
> of Windows to try to zap everything I can think of.
>
> I do know that the update is visible to other friends so there does not
> appear to be a problem to the outside world - just with my computer.  I
have
> no other ideas of where my computer might be storing this page.
>
> I am running Windows XP Home, Jaws 5.1 and Internet Explorer 6.  I also
have
> Norton Internet Security 2005.
>
> Any ideas gratefully received - please contact me off line at:
>
> jamie.cuthbertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Jamie
>
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