If you are using Broadband (DSL or Cable) turn off cache (tools|options| Advanced| Network tab) by setting the value to 0. Cache within a browser was designed back in the days of real slow dial-up service, so you would not have to download items over and over. With broadband it is not very necessary, and with some of the new "Web 2" technology, it can actually create problems because the browser will load cached data when it should load new data. Clear the existing cache while you are at it.
I'm not sure it will solve your problem, but as a long time (Phoenix .5 beta) Firefox user, I've not had the problem you describe.
On Dec 20, 2007 3:17 PM, Kenton Ayers <
I'm new to Firefox and having a problem I've never experienced with IE7. When I first open Y-Mail, I can open an e-mail and read it. Once I've opened one, I cannot read any more. New e-mails that I open will open, the header will appear, etc, but none of the text will appear.
If I close the browser and re-open, it works fine. If I go in and delete private data, then it will work fine (fine being I can now open another e-mail).
I know this isn't a Firefox help group, but I also know there are several Firefox users here. Does anyone have any ideas how I can get a more permanent fix? I ran Disc Cleanup too, but it didn't help.