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wierd orca bug

Posted: Thu Jun 02, 2011 9:52 pm
by dark_n1ghtmar3
when im on i try to load certain pages then i get a address heres an example what it changes to


some videos wont work on page because of that is it a website issue or a bug in orca?

Re: wierd orca bug

Posted: Fri Jun 03, 2011 9:35 pm
your not useing net flicks are you what put that in mind is you need x-box playstaion or wii and you have to instal a program not sure how but it my be a flash.Tottaly just a guess thought i would ask anyway.

Re: wierd orca bug

Posted: Sun Jun 05, 2011 4:19 am
by mbrazil
I'm seeing the same thing with some of the pages at Tom's Hardware ( For example, I found a link to something I was checking on: The page seems to load up normally, and then it spontaneously gets the following inserted into the address bar:

wyciwyg://18/ This results in a blank page being displayed.

I don't know what's causing this, and I have only seen it on some pages on this site, but it never did this until recently.

Re: wierd orca bug

Posted: Thu Jun 09, 2011 1:55 pm
by kudos
This is a bug that affect Firefox based browsers. From Wikipedia
Wikipedia wrote:WYCIWYG is an acronym that stands for What You Cache Is What You Get, commonly displayed in the address bar of Gecko-based Web browsers like Mozilla Firefox as wyciwyg:// when the Web browser is retrieving cached information.
I assume that your cache is corrupted. Try the following:
- Start Orca
- Tools >> Clear Records >> Clear All Records
- Browse to: about:config
- Find the entry: browser.cache.disk.parent_directory
- Right click the entry and click: Copy Value
- Close Orca
- Go to Windows: Start >> Run
- Right click the box and click Paste then click OK
- In the Windows Explorer window that opens, delete the Cache folder
- Try Orca again