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I'm viewing this with Firefox 3 and don't see a problem. Can you post a screenshot showing the difference?

I'm guessing it's this: On the front page, under the Photo of the Week, there is a Latest News headline. It's all blank space under that until the bottom where the latest news actually shows up. Not really a big deal. I never go to the front page, so I didn't notice until now.

-Kirby.....Lansing, MI

Now that's what I like to see: A good [s]excuse[/s] reason not to upgrade! ;-)

It was sometimes like that with 2.0 on a Mac as well, and with Safari.

It's too late because I upgraded before I knew of the consequences. I'll scroll down and see what I'm missing. No biggie. You're worth the hassle Kurt.

Kirby, you don't go to the front page?!?$#?!!! That's where all the juice is!

Ted, Bill's paying me to thwart FF.

Anon, yeah, we saw the problem with Safari, too. Not sure what became of that.

Beamis, flattery will get you nowhere. But remember the sentiment once we get the non-profit;-)

You've made the juice too accessible by the backdoor! I usually follow a link directly to an article from my Yahoo module. While that article is up, the Visitor Center and Recent Comments appear on the right. That's all I need. Now, if you hide those frames, I'll be forced to go to the front page, which would make me angry....and you wouldn't like me when I'm angry. ;-)

Yeah, but that module usually only contains the five most recent posts. On good days there might be five or six kicked out, and if you rise too late or miss a day, well, you'll miss the juice;-) And don't forget the featured post.

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