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URLVariables and URLRequests - transferring data msg in browser

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when i do request from PHP to do some database selects/inserts - although the data is processed and I get my event complete messages, it still shows transferring data in the browser - am I doing something wrong?
do i need to explicitly close any connections?
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I 'think' that only happens in Firefox...  Or is it happening in IE as well???  
If it is, it is one of those FF/FP bug...  :(

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hey you're right it is only Firefox. Who would've guessed IE is better at something :-)

a bit of good news - yah! you won't believe what a day i've had fighting with PHP - arrggghh

thanks again.
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Well, I don't know if that really tells you IE is better than FF, but yeah I guess it is in this case...  ;)

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