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    When surfing I sometimes get black diamonds with a question mark in the text, when there should be a symbol like ' or . It doesn't happen all sites. Does anyone know what causes this and how I can solve it?

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    "Make FPS, not war"

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    hmmm, been using Mozilla for a while now, I can honestly say that has nerver happened to me

    do you have a link to a site this happened at?
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Mozilla breeds pwn. :afro:
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    Quote Originally Posted by XBoy
    Mozilla breeds pwn. :afro:
    wats that? :confused:
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    lol dunno but you can bet it's some sort of condecending ****..
    : omg:

    Most people around doesn't seem to like mutch other browsers than IE.. And I'm one of em' but I'm nice though.. ;)



    :rofl:

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    Sounds like someone who likes addin' bulk to Windows that it doesn't really need. :rofl:

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    :rofl:

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    "Make FPS, not war"

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    I didn't see anything odd using Mozilla, what version are you using?
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Using v. 1.3 and the page had no anomalies that I could see. My preferences are set for: font for = Western, font = Times New Roman.

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