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If I have javascript blocked, the LOGIN tab vanishes and my existing userID is not avail on screen to sign in. Allow javascript and LOGIN comes back.
Also after a PC clean, when cookies are deleted, user ID is New User.
Could be your browser privacy settings or enabled plugins.

I too noticed some bugs, when navigating this site, esp searching forum members and edibles.
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jakfruit etiquette says...
This is not a question.
Someone deleted the above post from LoveFruit about website glitches.
I'm reporting this to wikileaks.
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sternus1 says...
*click*

That would be a bad play, Mr. Etiquette...
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Well it worked, the original post seems to be back.
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sternus1 says...
Out of curiosity, why exactly do you want to block java anyway? Worried about getting clickjacked or getting a malware injection via a p2p proxy site? Or is it being blocked by a firefox addon like noscriptsuite/ http: everywhere?
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Waterfall says...
I have completely lost the ability to edit my "My Edibles" page so maybe its just not functioning at the moment.
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Slicko says...
Waterful
A while ago I had a similar and when I contacted Correy at Daley's, a long storey but it turned out that Internet Explorer was the problem. We ultimately discovered that it works well with Google Chrome.

Mick
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jakfruit etiquette says...
I haven't got to that yet Sternus. Just found it useful at times to block website features on some sites.
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sternus1 says...
Jackfruit you should be running firefox with noscript--it does exactly what you're trying to do, but you can be selective with it. Blocking java script on all sites is like banning cars because people can break the speed limit in them. Read on for more info.

Everyone here who isn't using firefox
should be using firefox. Google chrome is not only a bad browser, but sends your browsing habits in the form of data to third party marketing sites ( and others) for a fee, none of which is returned to you in any form. Firefox is open source, and not for profit--unlike google. It also works better than chrome and has better addons.

Download firefox, and run the following addons:

Ghostery ( allows you to block trackers, beacons, and icons--and makes them visible to you on various sites. For example, there is one tracker on this page, which is google analytics--and I'm blocking it right now).
ublock--Blocks adds, pop ups, and other bullshit you need or want such as clickjack malware. What's the best thing about it? It blocks all ads on youtube. No more watching commercials for 10 secs to 2 mins in order to watch a how-to video.

noscript--blocks all javascript, flash etc be default and allow you to choose which sites you will allow these to operate on. Takes a while to set up as you have to manually allow java etc on all the sites you visit.

Zenmate security/privacy VPN--Encrypts your browsing, and unblocks legion rocked features such as netflix and everything else that is region locked by your ISP address. Works very well with...

TV-Fox--watch TV on your computer through your browser. Thousands of channels, it is actually better than foxtel.

You can download said addons here ( after installing firefox).

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-Us/firefox/

When you do install firefox, go to settings through the main icon( the three bars on the top right of screen) then go to search, and select google as the default browser. Remove the others from the list.

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Loves Fruit Trees says...
Daleys Nursery is the best website I have found for specialty fruit trees by far. No Sign Up for Membership or Login Tabs though. I am really surprised. When I filled in the separate details to make Comments, I found an Unresponsive Screen 2x This almost put me off but I'm out for answers as I like this website! Everything else is Good. Email was not helpful. I cannot paste my About Me details in when I try to sign up for My Edibles and keeps telling me to enter Edible Plants when I have already 4x Update Details is not working on "recommended browsers" I tried 4 of them! My laptop is not demented...everything else always works fine including 6 websites I run. Have not encountered anything like it. And I think their emails are automated. Do you have any clues?

UPDATE: I spent quite some time trying to get pass those glitches the other day……….gave up and prayed - everything started working very quickly. That was so good!

I actually deleted the post because I clicked on "Like" by mistake.....how embarrassing:) When I noticed the 1st comment - that is helpful for members, thank you, I mentioned it to Daleys and they offered to reinstate it. That was good of them. I also did this to know if there is someone there because the 2 previous messages could have been automated. But he's real, he's there (that reply was more personal) I'm really happy to be a Dayleys Member with you and looking forward to participating with you. I'm going to make another post in the next few days that may be helpful to new-comers.

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Loves Fruit Trees says...
I see as a new member, that my Post is generating some interest already. This is good because everyone can help each other. I think that jakfruit etiquette may have something there - that's why Correy and myself restored this Post. It was pretty big of him.
For me, everything's going well now and I'm enjoying my membership experience. I wish this for everyone.
sternus1 has rallied to the cause with some good advice.

I chose the picture for the Post because it conveys "where do I go from here?". I have folders of photos on hand for various websites I run. Glad it helped you notice this Post. Have a good day and take a good walk in your garden. Hope the sun shines for you this week!

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Waterfall says...
Slicko, I tried to edit with the only other browser I have installed which is Safari and it did not work either.

My usual browser is Firefox. Tried clearing the cache and logging out then back in but no luck.
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Slicko says...
Safari on my ipad doesn't work either so if I want to update my edibles I go back to my laptop and boot Chrome. Bit of a pain but it is what I have to do.

Hope it works out for you.

Mick
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sternus1 says...
sigh

Fire
Fox.

For ipad.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/foxbrowser/id550365886?mt=8
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Waterfall says...
I have a Mac at work and a PC at home, both are running Firefox as the default browser and it doesn't work on either computer.
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Waterfall says...
I just installed Chrome, still doesn't work.
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Waterfall says...
I have completely lost the ability to edit my "My Edibles" page
Exactly what is the problem, what can you see and what cant you do there??
I did a dummy run on my edibles with K-meleon browser, and took a peek with Opera and Firefox, and it all seemed ok ??
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Waterfall says...
Previously if logged in I could go to my edibles and click on "edit" for each individual fruit tree and update the information, add new photos etc.

Now when I click on "edit" I just get a blank "My Edible Backyard" page with no way of editing anything. Previously this page had a long list of all my fruit trees.
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sternus1 says...
I've got to call Correy at some time this week, I'll ask him about it when I do that assuming he isn't made aware of this in the interim.

Daleys is a Family owned business and he kind of has take care of pretty much everything other than the actual propagation side of things. He's also coming off a near-death injury and isn't at 100% yet.
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Loves Fruit Trees says...
Hi again, I'm just thinking of wording for a thank you post and have spent about 50mins looking for a suitable photo. I just noticed comment by sternus1 There is much we don't know about often....hey? Read Daleys - One of a Kind.
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sternus1 says...
Ok, soI think I've figured this out. It's got something to do with cookies.

Go to your browser options and enable cookies for this site as an exception, or just enable them--let me know what happens.
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Waterfall says...
They were already enabled.
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Correy says...
Here are 3 Youtube videos that show you how to use My Edibles

http://blog.daleysfruit.com.au/2015/08/howto-account-creation-my-edibles.html
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Waterfall says...
I am logged in but this is all I get when I click on "my edibles page".
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Markmelb says...
Can you get into your account wishlist?
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Correy says...
@Waterfall - The image apple-dual-graft-pink-lady was corrupted. I have deleted it and it should be working now for you.

Impressive My Edibles page by the way.
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sternus1 says...
Reading through your my edibles page waterfall, you've described your rixford dragonfruit as a red flesh type--this is incorrect. Rixford is purple fleshed and one of the best Cultivars.
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Waterfall says...
Fantastic! everything is working again. Thanks so much Correy.

Fixed that error sternus, cheers.

I will have to take some new photos this weekend and get everything back up to date.
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sternus1 says...
Trellis is looking good, I'm surprised that they're taking off so quickly down so far south. Be careful with that whit though, it will totally outgun the others if you let it. A must for fruit set though, its presence pretty much solves pollination issues.
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Julie says...
Hey Correy, welcome back! Hope you are back to normal.
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Waterfall says...
Sternus that photo is out of date, the two on the right are Tamborine varieties which have now been given away, aztec gold and rixford now take their place in that pot.
The left ones are the white for pollination and the yellow (which I decided to keep despite the mixed reviews). The white has actually kept growing all the way through winter whereas all the others have gone dormant.
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Correy says...
@Julie - Going great now all better with a new lease on life :)
@Waterfall - Great to hear it is all working :)
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Loves Fruit Trees says...
Hi Correy and Members, it's good to see people are finding help here. I'm still enjoying my new membership and exploring things. Great to see Correy has an Edible's page too and comments in the Forum. Daleys is the 1st forum I have been interested to take part in. To All, have a nice day!
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