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1 hour ago, dennyjones said:

I'm using the latest version of Chrome and the same issue appear in Firefox.

Obviously, this is a Mac forum! :-D

 

Yeah, I get the same thing as you from Mozilla on Ubuntu, latest Java and updates.

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15 minutes ago, Zeph said:

The mentioned post: 

 

Works fine here on Windows 10 Chrome and Firefox.

Works fine here on all of my browsers, too. Chrome, Firefox, Safari. Even OmniWeb. iCab.

I can see it not working, though, because it's loading two separate things: a "shrinking" script to shrink the quotes, and then a delayed loading script that loads the tweet and embeds it. Either way, it's got nothing to do with the system here, except that I have the "Minimize Quotes" plugin installed.

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Same thing.

I can't reproduce it here, and I'm not sure it's a very widespread problem.

It happens when the thing that "loads" loads after the quote box is shrunk, I think.

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You may have to let your cache expire.

The 1.1.5 thing claims to have fixed it.

It helps if you guys provide the URLs to these posts.

Works here in Chrome and Firefox:

 

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First time I loaded that last link today it went outside. Then I deleted the cache and after that it didn't go out of the box. This is on Chrome on Android. 

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