MUST get rid of POSTDATA message in MOZILLA
Posted on 2007-03-22
This idiotic, forced message is driving us crazy -- each time you refresh a page like EBay, Mozilla (or Firefox or Netscape) FORCES this stupid "Confirm" message. I simply MUST GET RID OF IT!!
" CONFIRM? The page you are trying to view contains POSTDATA. If you resend the data, any action the form carried out will be repeated. etc. etc. etc."
The MORON who wrote this blindly assumed you are ordering. There has GOT to be a way to get rid of this forced message, it is endless harassment. I've gone through all Mozilla settings, cannot find a way.
PLEASE ONLY RESPOND IF YOU KNOW HOW TO FIX THIS PROBLEM.
If you are using Mozilla and this message does NOT come up when you are refreshing / reloading a page like "My Ebay" repeatedly (i.e. within 3 mins of the previous refresh), go through all the mozilla settings and find out where you deactivated it. It is turned on by default, and we cannot find out where to deactivate it.
The mozilla forum is USELESS. Have asked this before and all you get is lame questions, no useful help.
THANK YOU -- pardon my irritation, but this is the ONLY frustrating part of Mozilla, and I simply MUST fix it.