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Every time I try to refresh a web page I get a pop-up message from firefox informing me about the fact that it has to resend information or command.

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To display this page, Firefox needs to send information that will repeat any previous action (such as a search or confirmation of an order).

To display this page, Firefox needs to send information that will repeat any previous action (such as a search or confirmation of an order).

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FredMcD
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4306 izisombululo 60468 izimpendulo
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On the "confirmation of an order," don't refresh the page. You might end up ordering more than what you want.

Normally, that message means there was a problem with sending or receiving that page. Reloading the page is the normal thing to do.

On the "confirmation of an order," don't refresh the page. You might end up ordering more than what you want. Normally, that message means there was a problem with sending or receiving that page. Reloading the page is the normal thing to do.

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This isn`t about confirmation of orders. Is a web page I use on work and I need to reload it every 2 minutes to see changes in real time.

This isn`t about confirmation of orders. Is a web page I use on work and I need to reload it every 2 minutes to see changes in real time.
FredMcD
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4306 izisombululo 60468 izimpendulo
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Ahh. You did not say that.

Go to the Mozilla Add-ons Web Page {web Link} (There’s a lot of good stuff here) and search for what you want.

Ahh. You did not say that. Go to the [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/ Mozilla Add-ons Web Page] {web Link} (There’s a lot of good stuff here) and search for what you want.

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I allready have a firefox auto-refresh add-on. The problem is that every time the page is reloded I get that message telling me that "to refresh this page firefox needs to send information that will repeat any previous action". And I have to click permit every single time and is annoying. Thank you for trying to help me.

I allready have a firefox auto-refresh add-on. The problem is that every time the page is reloded I get that message telling me that "to refresh this page firefox needs to send information that will repeat any previous action". And I have to click permit every single time and is annoying. Thank you for trying to help me.
WestEnd 60 izisombululo 5387 izimpendulo
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paul.pirpiliu said

This isn`t about confirmation of orders. Is a web page I use on work and I need to reload it every 2 minutes to see changes in real time.

It sounds more like it's the site should do this automatically not a Browser issue. From what I am reading the site itself should do the refresh itself and not be a FF Browser to refresh to see the updates.

''paul.pirpiliu [[#answer-1125714|said]]'' <blockquote> This isn`t about confirmation of orders. Is a web page I use on work and I need to reload it every 2 minutes to see changes in real time. </blockquote> It sounds more like it's the site should do this automatically not a Browser issue. From what I am reading the site itself should do the refresh itself and not be a FF Browser to refresh to see the updates.
the-edmeister
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5419 izisombululo 40427 izimpendulo
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Try using {Ctrl + F5} to reload the page and by-pass the cache. That will avoid getting that "post data" warning message.

Try using '''{Ctrl + F5}''' to reload the page and by-pass the cache. That will avoid getting that "post data" warning message.
uh_clem 0 izisombululo 5 izimpendulo
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WestEnd said

paul.pirpiliu said
This isn`t about confirmation of orders. Is a web page I use on work and I need to reload it every 2 minutes to see changes in real time.

It sounds more like it's the site should do this automatically not a Browser issue. From what I am reading the site itself should do the refresh itself and not be a FF Browser to refresh to see the updates.

This is NOT a site issue, in that only Firefox gives this response. If I access the site with another browser (e.g. Chrome, Opera), there's no problem, they don't give that message.

''WestEnd [[#answer-1126023|said]]'' <blockquote> ''paul.pirpiliu [[#answer-1125714|said]]'' <blockquote> This isn`t about confirmation of orders. Is a web page I use on work and I need to reload it every 2 minutes to see changes in real time. </blockquote> It sounds more like it's the site should do this automatically not a Browser issue. From what I am reading the site itself should do the refresh itself and not be a FF Browser to refresh to see the updates. </blockquote> This is NOT a site issue, in that only Firefox gives this response. If I access the site with another browser (e.g. Chrome, Opera), there's no problem, they don't give that message.
jscher2000
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8837 izisombululo 72222 izimpendulo
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Hi uh_clem, does this work for you:

the-edmeister said

Try using {Ctrl + F5} to reload the page and by-pass the cache. That will avoid getting that "post data" warning message.
Hi uh_clem, does this work for you: ''the-edmeister [[#answer-1126188|said]]'' <blockquote> Try using '''{Ctrl + F5}''' to reload the page and by-pass the cache. That will avoid getting that "post data" warning message. </blockquote>
uh_clem 0 izisombululo 5 izimpendulo
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No, that's just another way for me to get the same message

No, that's just another way for me to get the same message
uh_clem 0 izisombululo 5 izimpendulo
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This behavior only started with the latest release of Firefox. And now, the day after I posted here about this, the behavior has suddenly disappeared. This morning I'm no longer observing this problem. I have no idea what's different. I've made no changes. I have to consider this resolved (though I've no idea how) until it recurs.

This behavior only started with the latest release of Firefox. And now, the day after I posted here about this, the behavior has suddenly disappeared. This morning I'm no longer observing this problem. I have no idea what's different. I've made no changes. I have to consider this resolved (though I've no idea how) until it recurs.
uh_clem 0 izisombululo 5 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

And now a few days later, the aberrant behavior is back, appearing just as mysteriously as it had vanished.

Still not a problem with any other browser that I've tried, only Firefox. If this continues, I'll simply have to stop using it.

And now a few days later, the aberrant behavior is back, appearing just as mysteriously as it had vanished. Still not a problem with any other browser that I've tried, only Firefox. If this continues, I'll simply have to stop using it.
cor-el
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How are you opening or reaching this specific page?

Is that via a bookmark or by navigating from the main page?

You get this error when there is POST data involved to request this specific page. A bookmark can store this POST data.

How are you opening or reaching this specific page? Is that via a bookmark or by navigating from the main page? You get this error when there is POST data involved to request this specific page. A bookmark can store this POST data.
uh_clem 0 izisombululo 5 izimpendulo
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I get to this page by navigating from the main page.

I have no problem when getting to the page, I only see this when I refresh the page.

I get to this page by navigating from the main page. I have no problem when getting to the page, I only see this when I refresh the page.