Google refusing Mozilla click on "next" button [UPDATE]

Mike McCarty mike.mccarty at
Thu Dec 29 22:05:26 UTC 2005

Tim wrote:
> Tim:
>>>Now that a huge download has finished, and my web browser is living and
>>>breathing again, I've had a chance to try this, and see the same
>>>response.  Perhaps Google has a problem, and is producing erroneous
>>>error messages.
> Mike McCarty:
>>That's what I was beginning to suspect. Thanks for trying. I wonder
>>how one would go about reporting this? BTW, are you using Mozilla?
>>It might be an interaction between Mozilla and Google.
> I was using Firefox.  I'd wait and see if Google still does the same
> thing the next day.  I've no idea how to report any problems with
> Google, I'd just go looking through their help pages.

I found how to report it, and they confirmed the problem.
They had some suggestions, which do no apply in my case
(delete Google cookie, get latest update to PHP software).

Anyway, they have no workaround.

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