SuperDave1426 wrote:I've noticed that it doesn't seem to do "live" updates of a UR comment count. I.E., if a comment gets added to a UR, it won't bump the number up unless I refresh the screen either via clicking the permalink button or just doing a flat out cntrl-R in the browser.
Twister-UK wrote:bobbassplayer wrote:Since I installed the URO script a couple days ago, it seems I can't view my editable area in WME any more. Has anyone else seen this, and would you know of a fix? Thanks.
(I'm running Greasemonkey in Firefox 23.01.1 on Windows 8 Professional.)
Is it definitely URO causing the issue? It might not be quite the same issue you're having, but on my systems (two different Win7 PCs running FF and Chrome, with and without any scripts enabled) my editable areas only show up correctly after I force a map redraw by panning/zooming - when WME first loads up the whole map is covered in the dark grey "don't even think of trying to edit here" veil of doom...
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The 1995 National Highway System Designation Act prohibited use of federal funds to finance new metric signage.
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