I just made some changes to the back end services for Story Master.  If you don’t understand what this means, don’t worry about it. :)

In testing, Internet Explorer had no problems with these changes but Google Chrome did.  The reason for that is that Chrome appears to cache the Story Master application ( in other words, saves it locally ) and doesn’t update it when you hit refresh.  Which is annoying.

To resolve this, do the following:

1. Click on “Customize and Control Google Chrome”, it looks like a little wrench at the top right of your screen.

2. Select “Options” from the menu that pops up.

3. Select the “Under the Hood” tab and click the “Clear Browsing Data” button.

4. Deselect everything except the “Empty the cache” option and click the “Clear Browsing Data” button.  Please make sure only “Empty the cache” is checked, otherwise you’ll delete stuff you want to keep.

5. Close the tab with Story Master running in it, if you haven’t already, open a new tab and navigate to Story Master.  You should now be all set and not receive the error.

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