When I am at home (like now) I see the normal look and feel with a mostly white background and some bars on the right side for moving to other topics. When I log in at work with the same settings, all the text is centered and has a gray background with white text. I'll attach a screen shot from home and another when I get to work tomorrow.
Any ideas on why it is so unreadable at work? I have to hilite the text at work to read it.
What you are seeing is the result of the site CSS being disabled or not fully loading. (essentially no visual design configurations loading). We've seen sporadic reports of this, even internal to Autodesk for some users. We haven't identified a specific, repeatable cause. Troubleshooting has revealed cases where network security or proxy server configurations have contributed. In other cases, clearing browser cache has resolved.
I'm running IE8 at home and the same at work IIRC. I work for a big company and they are pretty far behind in IT issues like browsers. I get the multiple tabs so I think it is IE8 at work, but it is not IE9 for sure.
It seems like I ran into this a few years ago on a message board and I had to manually clear the cache, but I forgot how I did it to force IE to read the page again. What do I do to dump the cache and force IE to read the page?
I looked it up and the Cntrl-F5 should force a re-read of the page but the other option is to set the Tools-internet options to always read the page.
What do I do to dump the cache and force IE to read the page?
In IE8 it is under Tools-->Clear Recent History. Then select cache and clear.
Hmmm, Can you double click on the "with errors" icon, select "Show Details" and and screenshot/share what you see?
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