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5/23/11 4:15 PM
When I try to save a griddler i get this messege:
"java.io.IOException: Server returned HTTP response code: 505 for URL: http://www.griddlers.net/puzzles/gdata.bin"
and i can't save the griddler.

I tries to uninstall and re install java but it didn't help.
The problem appears in firefox, explorer and chrome.

Does anyone know how to solve it?

Yoni
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5/24/11 6:51 AM as a reply to yonico12344 ..
I see that you managed to use all the applets: solving griddlers, solving triddlers, workshop. What happened in the last few days to give you that error. If you find what was changed - you can solve the problem yourself.

I recommend to check your proxy settings. We always recommend to use a direct connetion and NOT proxy.

Good luck,
Hagit
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5/24/11 7:11 AM as a reply to Hagit Maor.
That's the problem. I don't see anything has changed since the last time i could save griddlers, and I don't use proxy(at leat no that I know of).
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5/25/11 1:26 PM as a reply to yonico12344 ..
I tried to save in different computer but i got the same messege.
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5/25/11 2:02 PM as a reply to yonico12344 ..
Hi

please contact me tonight when I'll be online , I can connect to log files and look if there is a message about your exception.

My contacts skype:rastorehak or email: rasto@griddlers.net
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5/25/11 2:02 PM as a reply to yonico12344 ..
i have the same problem too.
for the last few days it doesn't let me save any griddler. it gives me the same error message.
i also didn't change anything since the last time i was able to save a griddler.

please help.
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5/30/11 5:12 PM as a reply to עינת א.
hi,

i'm still having the saving problem.

can you please help?
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5/31/11 7:31 AM as a reply to עינת א.
Have you checked your proxy settings?

If you use Internet Explorer select from the menu Tools --> Internet options
Click on the Connections tab, Then click on the LAN settings button.
Uncheck the Proxy server or select another one.

Hagit
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5/31/11 3:56 PM as a reply to Hagit Maor.
it isn't the proxy settings.

the "proxy server" box wasn't checked.

another idea?
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6/1/11 7:44 AM as a reply to עינת א.
Clear cache and delete history. If that doesn't help - go to Add/Remove programs. Remove all Java versions and updates and install the newest Java version.

Hagit
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