On Sun, 12 Dec 2004 14:01:52 -0500, Delirium
Brion Vibber wrote:
Justification is done through CSS, so
shouldn't affect the markup and
is thus not used in the settings hash.
... in a uniform manner that doesn't look like it's related
to caching specific pages. When it "goes on", *every* page I view is
justified. Sometimes it goes back off by itself, after which every page
is then unjustified. When it doesn't fix itself in a short amount of
time, I can "force" it off by changing my setting (which was at
"unjustified") to justified and back again, which fixes it instantly for
all pages (until the next recurrence).
This sounds to me very much like the wrong version of the *stylesheet*
is being cached, and then applying to every page visited on the site.
I don't know if this is even possible (at what point is the
customisation generated?) or why the browser would decide occasionally
but not often to load a new copy (and the "wrong" one, at that), but
it does sound like you are occasionally getting stuck with someone
else's CSS rules.
To add to the confusion, on de.wikipedia, I frequently get my links
underleined, even though I have chosen to have them not underlined. This
persists on all pages I visit, until I "force reload" a page. Strangely,
this does *only* happen on the German wikipedia.