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Old 02-11-2009, 12:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I apologize in advance if I've posted in the wrong place, because there is a thread about my problem in the Wifi forum, but I think this may be a problem specific to the Bold browser and not really a Wifi issue per se. Plus nobody over there has figured it out!

To log in to my university Wifi, you have to accept a security certificate, then it pops you onto a Cisco-based login page where you have to click an "Accept" button to get on the network.

I can get to the "Accept" page just fine, but the "Accept" button does not fully appear, and I cannot click on it. If I disable Java in the browser, the button completely disappears. Thus, I think this may be related to Java support in the Bold browser.

Any ideas on how to fix this problem? Do I need to update the browser some how? New to Bbs so I appreciate any help.
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try the menu->zoom out or zoom in and see if you can get to the point where it will show it, or allow the page to be scrolled down more (for zoom in)
maybe try "column view" under the menu and see if that changes the page.
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