Is our Website Going Haywire for you?

Charles Fischer, Mr. FishDuck Announcements

If FishDuck.com looks a little funky for awhile, it is because we are doing some major code upgrades and everything needs to be settled between what we had and what we are creating room for in the near future.  It is possible that with some computers you need to apply a solution we have for you, and it will help with other sites you go to.

If the top menu doesn’t appear fluid for you, please clear your cache and refresh the page.

Clearing your cache in Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-clear-firefox-cache
Internet Explorer: http://kb.wisc.edu/page.php?id=15141
Google Chrome: http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=95582

If it’s a day from when you first see problems on your computer but we don’t seem to have it fixed?  Please send us a screen shot at charles@fishduck.com so we can see the problem.  Let us know whether you are PC or Apple and what operating system your computer has.  Also, let us know what your screen resolution is.  We have to make it work for the latest operating systems, and yet operating systems as much as ten years old in some computers.

It will be this way on occasion until we get it all finished, and I believe you will like the upgrades and changes coming down the road.

Thanks for your patience….

Charles Fischer

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FishDuck Has New Off-Season Schedule and see the OUR BELOVED DUCKS Forum!

FishDuck articles will now be on Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday only during the off-season, and then we will go back to seven days a week during the football season beginning in August.

We will have some occasional guest articles later in the week, but the hottest Oregon football information will be posted in the OBD forum!

The Our Beloved Ducks Forum (OBD) is where we we discuss the article above and many more topics, as it is so much easier in a message board format over there.  At the free OBD forum we will be posting Oregon Sports article links, the daily Press Releases from the Athletic Department and the news coming out every day.

Be a part of the forum and stay caught up!  When you wish to post there, do know that you are protected just as you were on FishDuck. Join us on the free forum right here!

Our 33 rules at the free OBD Forum can be summarized to this: 1) be polite and respectful, 2) keep it clean, and 3) no reference of any kind to politics. Easy-peasy!

OBD Forum members….we got your back.  No Trolls Allowed!