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Re: [TCLUG:5416] flushing the buffer

Are you getting the same behaviour with another browser too ?
Try lynx, or IE if you are on a windows machine.

It could be something as simple as that you are saving it to
one place and the file is available to the webserver from another.

Look at the web logs and make sure that the path the server is
picking it up from is the same as the location where you store 
the file. This happens to me all the time!

Or more complicatedly, you might happen to have one of those
"cool caching http proxy servers" incorrectly setup for your
browser !

hope this helps,

Tim Wilson wrote:
> On Mon, 19 Apr 1999, Mark A. Bentley wrote:
> > If you're using Netscape, try Shift-Reload. (i.e. hold down the shift key
> > while you click the reload button.)  This will force a reload even
> > if there is a cached version.
> That's a good tip. Unfortunately, it still doesn't work. I checked again
> and found the same behavior. The version of the html file on the server is
> not the same as the one diplayed in the browser or shown when I do a 'View
> source' from with Netscape. How is that possible?
> -Tim
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