After I upgraded to the latest version of Firefox awhile back, I keep getting the following message sometimes:
"Prefetching or precaching is not allowed. If you have Google Accelerator enabled, please disable"
I am using Firefox, so I am not using Google Accelerator. This happens if I visit the last page of a thread and hit the "previous page" link, then hit back on my browser (to go to the last page of the thread so I can read it in order). i.e. if a thread has 150 pages, I click the "last page" link in the forum thread list, then hit "previous page" to go to page 149, then "previous page" again to go to page 148, which would be where I left off reading it.
After reading page 148, I hit back on the browser which should take me to page 149, but instead I get the above message. I have to refresh the page and then the page is viewable. Likewise, hitting back again should get me now to page 150 which is the end of the thread, so hitting back once more returns me to the forum thread list. The weird thing is the previous pages should be precached by my browser anyways as I visited them in reverse order. I guess I tend to view the ends of forum threads in RPN format.
Not all the time will it give this error, but it's been happening for over a month now since I upgraded Firefox. I have been reading forums in this fashion for quite awhile now and haven't had any problems up to that point. It does not happen on any other forum.