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So this picture explain 10 words. I'm on Firefox 62...

 

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Anyway fix it?

 

Edit:  It load fine on Chrome 70.... (I don't use Chrome a lot...)


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14 hours ago, JoshB2084 said:

So this picture explain 10 words. I'm on Firefox 62...

 

image.png.5a9ed05df1801f1d39288ff17a60a890.png

 

Anyway fix it?

 

Edit:  It load fine on Chrome 70.... (I don't use Chrome a lot...)

It's loading fine for me in Firefox 63 (which is the latest stable). Do you have any browser extensions that could be interfering with it?


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48 minutes ago, colonel_mortis said:

It's loading fine for me in Firefox 63 (which is the latest stable). Do you have any browser extensions that could be interfering with it?

I just figured it out though I'm not OP. I have uBlock and Ghostery disabled on LTT so I figured the only other source of content blocking was FF itself. Turns out it was in fact FF's content blocker making the embed half broken.


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4 hours ago, 2FA said:

I just figured it out though I'm not OP. I have uBlock and Ghostery disabled on LTT so I figured the only other source of content blocking was FF itself. Turns out it was in fact FF's content blocker making the embed half broken. 

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