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What is the error today in question.js

I am unable to add comments on the stackoverflow.com website. Is everyone facing javascript issues on the site?

I'm getting "Stackoverflow.questions is null or not an object."

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marked as duplicate by balpha Mar 23 '11 at 15:39

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No. Try flushing your cache. Also which OS and browser are you running? –  ChrisF Mar 23 '11 at 13:08
    
No repro here, I just made a test comment on a question of mine. Did any of your settings change, or maybe this is only having an issue on a particular question? –  Grace Note Mar 23 '11 at 13:08
    
Perhaps related, but someone else is poking up about question.js. I'm not experiencing any issue on my machine (IE8/XP). –  Grace Note Mar 23 '11 at 13:09
    
Runs smooth on Chrome/Win7 here –  deltreme Mar 23 '11 at 13:15
    
Regarding your update, I'm seeing a very similar line in the question.js question I linked earlier. Perhaps you're running into the same issue as that user is. –  Grace Note Mar 23 '11 at 13:28

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Make sure you've cleared your cache.

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I'm getting the same issue - running on IE6 on Win2003 (yes, I know its old but it a corporate thin client desktop which I cannot upgrade :( ).

It also occurs here on meta. I tried adding this as a comment, but the script error means the "add comment" button is unresponsive. (As are the upvote, favorite etc buttons...)

EDIT: Also fails on IE7 on Win2003. With the same error. I've cleared the cache but to no avail....

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In theory, the latest info on browser support will always be located in this answer. –  Pops Mar 23 '11 at 13:53
    
This affected IE7 (and lower); it's fixed now. –  balpha Mar 23 '11 at 15:40

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