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# 242449 29-Oct-2018 09:19
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I seem to be getting this in my quick reply box on my work Surface lately.  Site issue or work network issue?  Doesn't seem to be breaking anything..

 


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  # 2115815 29-Oct-2018 09:41
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I'm getting the same thing (Firefox on my work PC).


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  # 2115828 29-Oct-2018 09:59
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Happening in Chrome for me.  Doesn't happen at home, so possibly a govt network thing at work.  


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  # 2115996 29-Oct-2018 11:41
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It seems to have fixed itself for me now!


 
 
 
 


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  # 2116003 29-Oct-2018 11:49
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Not seeing it here... FF on Govt PC.


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  # 2116153 29-Oct-2018 13:16
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Getting it on Chrome 70 at work; we do have some advertising blocked (but not all), normally however it just means a white space where an advert should be.

 

This however is not in the advert spot and "sticks" to the failed location


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