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Browser issue  Display on what's new....

CurveGotti

Active member
#1
I am not sure this is necessarily a bug, or if it's a problem from one of my security / ad block programs, but wanted to share and see if anyone else is having the same problem.

I only notice it from time to time and sometimes it will happen multiple times on the same page other times it does not happen at all.

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As you can see the whats new search produces a distorted table for some reason....


I'll keep an eye out and see if I notice any patterns or if I can get it to stop by changing some of my settings.
 

CurveGotti

Active member
#3
Yeah, I thought it was at least worth taking a look at, I seem to be getting it more and more for some reason, like I said I wasn't sure if maybe there is a missing close tag somewhere, or if it has to do with my computer blocking something, but it's somewhat annoying to say the least lol...
 

Mike

XenForo developer
Staff member
#5
We've had a couple reports of this before. I'm assuming you're on Firefox? As far as I can tell, it just seems to be a FF issue. I'm not sure what we can do to workaround it. Given that it happens sporadically, it seems to trigger something within their engine, such as a timing issue.
 

CurveGotti

Active member
#6
I haven't seen that either, using both IE and FF. Which browser do you use? And have you tried doing a hard refresh (Ctrl F5)?
Yes, I have refreshed and it usually does go away oddly.

We've had a couple reports of this before. I'm assuming you're on Firefox? As far as I can tell, it just seems to be a FF issue. I'm not sure what we can do to workaround it. Given that it happens sporadically, it seems to trigger something within their engine, such as a timing issue.
Yes, it happens while using firefox, I was thinking that it has something to do with an add on... perhaps it's causing a longer page load and the data isn't displayed as fast as the page generates it? It's really the only thing I could think of, at first I thought it was ad block plus doing it but disabling it doesn't necessarily always stop it.

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I'll try running with all ad ons disabled during the day and see if I still get it maybe that will help find the problem in some way, I have quite a few though so might take me a while.

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