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    Angry What is ckeditor.js? Loading times rediculous

    Everytime I go into a thread the site is calling ckeditor.js then calls for 5 files by the name of attachment.php?attachmentid=randomnumbershere. It is slow to load on my end and aggravating. The main problem is ckeditor.js. What is it for? Why is it not cacheable so it doesn't have to download everytime? I noticed this a few days ago.
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    Re: What is ckeditor.js? Loading times rediculous

    Sorry to offer no more help, but I imagine this is on your end. I'm not aware of other reports on it, and haven't seen anything like it on my end, on PC or mobile devices. That said, I will pass it to an admin.
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    Re: What is ckeditor.js? Loading times rediculous

    I have not run across anything like this either. Try deleting cookies, log out then log back in. Also check for any java updates.
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    Re: What is ckeditor.js? Loading times rediculous

    I guess I should have mentioned I'm on dialup so I notice slow loading things. Yea its sad but that's what I have. If you have high speed then it probably wouldn't be noticable. If you ever want to test your patience then switch over to dial up.

    It wasn't like this before, maybe a week ago. Something must have been changed or updated, maybe from a 3rd party provider.

    I wasn't aware of any Java programming on this site. I think it's related to the text editor where I'm typing now.
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