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    Quote Originally Posted by unixken View Post
    Well, I've rebooted and cleared caches, but both IE and Firefox still don't show me the bias-cut as an option from this page:
    http://www.scotweb.co.uk/mens-wear/w...sts/waistcoats

    Perhaps my ISP is caching somewhere (though my browsers are not configured to use a proxy.)

    I'll try tomorrow, to see if any caching that IS occurring elsewhere, expires.
    Following your link I still see the bias cut luxury waistcoat in the bottom right. I'd venture to guess it's your ISP.

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    Today, the Bias-Cut Waistcoat is visible to me again, on the main "Waistcoats" page. No telling why it wasn't showing up for a few days, but it's back now.
    KEN CORMACK
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    Great. Thanks again for your help in pointing this out in the first place. It's one of those odd human failings that it's easy to spot things out of place, but surprisingly difficult to notice things that are missing.

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