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this seems to be working fine on chrome, but not on Firefox. why!!!!!

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    Could be the enhanced tracking blocking you have enabled
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    @jespersh i have not enabled a single thing. everything is default and it's my first time after a long time am firing up Firefox.
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    Cannot reproduce.
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    @necromancer i think Firefox had some tracking content blocked by default now.

    You can make exceptions per site or turn off the default in settings
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    Firefox aggressively blocks stuff, even without uBlock Origin or Ghostery.
    I noticed that many sites just stopped working when opened in FF... and most of them don't even have tracking... One page, which was basically a glorified download and documentation page for some fancy vue.js components had really nice animation scripts and even those got blocked (hiding like 80% of the content in the process)
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    Works well on my Firefox 71.0 with a lot of tracker blockers installed
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