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  Reply # 2078023 23-Aug-2018 16:02
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MadEngineer:

 

Hmm, well now I can't clear that ... is it related to the IPv6 logo?

 

Nope - I am currently connected via a network without IPv6 and have this issue.







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  Reply # 2078063 23-Aug-2018 16:44
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On my iMac I use Firefox 61.0.2 (64-bit) and this behaviour is not occurring but on Windows 10 on my laptop using the same version this problem is occurring.





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  Reply # 2078094 23-Aug-2018 18:53
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And Firefox on mint 18.3 too


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  Reply # 2078095 23-Aug-2018 18:53
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Just start displaying oddly for me.

Opera on Android. Was fine an hour ago

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  Reply # 2078097 23-Aug-2018 18:54
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Occouring for me on Android. Both Chrome and Firefox. Have tried both WiFi and mobile data, as a means of testing with and without IPv6. But made no difference.

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Just saw the above post from BDFL.

Working again after clearing cached data.





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  Reply # 2078099 23-Aug-2018 18:59
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Fixed Mint and Firefox


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  Reply # 2078100 23-Aug-2018 18:59
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Something on Cloudflare was causing problems with CSS. This was turned off and I forced changes to CSS to reload the file.





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  Reply # 2078169 23-Aug-2018 21:04
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Thanks, MF. You have made GZ great again!

 

 


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  Reply # 2078218 24-Aug-2018 02:21
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Me too on IPv6 and with actual Edge (normally I don't use, but to privide feedback).

 

It happened for the second time withhin last 2-3 weeks.





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