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When I step forward through the Area51 proposal pages, it gets stuck, and takes about a minute of waiting get into gear. For instance, if I successfully make it to page 6 (as indicated by the inverted page number on the bottom-right), then click next or 7, the link will be, but I'll still be on page 6, with all the same proposals shown.

This is probably a caching issue, meaning I should probably try throwing away my cookies or clearing my browsing doohicky. I'd rather see if someone can reproduce the issue first :-)

I'm using Firefox 3.6.10 on Ubuntu 10.4 (Lucid).

Edit: The problem does not seem to occur when logged in.

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Fixed. This was a caching issue for non-logged-in users.

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I can't reproduce this.. I started on page 5 and clicked "next page" a bunch of times and I always get the next page.

edit: reproduced in Chrome Incognito mode as anon user!

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Could you try it when logged out? For me, it works correctly when and only when I'm logged in. – Joey Adams Oct 28 '10 at 3:31
@joey ah indeed that's the trick -- caching failure. I can repro in Chrome Incognito mode – Jeff Atwood Oct 28 '10 at 9:38

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