The implementation for the cookie pop-up correction is tomorrow Thursday 12th December 8am UK time. After it is corrected, we will have to accept one last time. Please do report if the annoying message keeps popping up after Thursday lunchtime UK time. I would like to thank you for your patience.
New content keeps coming with more than 100 new pieces posted during the last week. Replies to threads are on top of this 100. Most of our visitors are from the US/GB and the second language is simplified Chinese. We have a dedicated place in the community for Chinese content: 中文社区. songbin is available for any question you have on our Chinese community.
Every week, I pick a few items on the community I think you should see. You can also find featured content on the community homepage and on the overview page of each community.
niallcooling, the CEO of Feabhas has been answering quite a few questions in the processor section. Thank you Niall. Feabhas is an ARM Approved Training Center so if you need a training on ARM technology, ask him!
We already explained why, unless not relevant to any place, posting content on your profile was generally not the best. But what if you clicked publish a bit too soon and posted your content in the wrong place? You can simply move it. How Can I Move My Document/Discussion/Blog? - FAQ details how with a few screenshots.
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I can confirm that the cookie-popups no longer pops up on Safari and Opera 10.70 for PowerPC based Macs.
Thank you for getting it fixed.
Sadly, Alban, the cookie monster is back (on my machine at least). I've tried fiddling with various settings but can't seem to get rid of it. Any advice?
Not good news indeed. In the past, after the code was changed, did you clear the browser cache?
May be you still have the old script in the cache and only got exposed after changing preferences on www.arm.com or Infocenter.
The new script separates www. from community., unlike the previous one. www. uses a 3 level scheme, whereas the community. still uses a Yes/No scheme.
Caches cleared. Problem still re-appears on every page loaded ☹
FIY: It still works on my end (I just returned from a month vacation). chrisshore - which browser are you using ?