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Why has Forum display changed?


canarieslover
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This morning the Forums were centred on screen with ads either side. I have logged in again this afternoon and all the Forums are on the left side of the screen. I have made no alterations to any software, in fact the computer has been off since I last logged in. Is anyone else had this change? Win7 64bit and Chrome are in use.

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john bunyan

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cocteau48

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Do not know if this is relevant when using Chrome but this is the fix for Firefox:

If you are using Adblock Plus then open the list of blockable items (right click on taskbar icon) and look for the stylesheet:

cdn.inskinmedia.com/isfe/4.1/css/base.css

and disable it.

Hope this helps

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canarieslover

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cocteau48

I have just disabled Adblock and display has gone back to normal. None the wiser as to why it should be so as there was no notification of an update this morning. I will put it down to just being another of computing's little mysteries. Only seemed to affect Chrome as it was O.K. in Firefox.

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