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Displaying problem in firefox

Posted by Taka Nuvia on Dec 01 2013 - 05:47 AM

I've been noticing this problem more and more often recently; it's already occured before the latest coding problem. Every now and then, the forums show up like this (except for the blurred out parts) - the scroll bar and header are black, parts of the text are missing. Links do show up when hovering them with the mouse. I've seen this in the blogs, on my profile, technically everywhere.
Usually hitting F5 solves it.
 
 
Browser: latest firefox (25.0.1)

Not having this issue, using Firefox 25.0.1 ubuntu13.10.2 x86_64.

Also not having this issue.
 
Firefox 25.0.1
Windows 7 Professional (64bit, SP1)

I've had similar issues happen to me when my video card's acting up (the drivers on this desktop are a bit out of date and crash sometimes).  Has this happened on any other sites, or have you been getting any errors from your video card?
 
Firefox 25.0.1/Win7 Professional x86, for the record, with an ATI Radeon HD4800 series card (I don't recall the exact model).

I've had this happen once a few days ago on Firefox 25.0.1 on Windows 8.1 Professional x64, Integraded Intel HD 4000 Graphics. It fixed itself when I minimized and re-opened the window.

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ShadowWolfHount
Mar 26 2014 10:06 AM
This is really odd but I think that maybe coming from your computer because I have use Firefox on December to now (because I am at school at that time and there laptop don't have good chrome) and I have never seen that happened at all.


-Windrider-
Jun 07 2014 12:18 AM
Is this still happening?

Actually, after a long time of not having experienced it I just ran into it again; on a different device this time.
 
Ubuntu 14.something (14.04 I guess?) with Firefox 29.0.
 
E: just for the record, it happened on the blogs this time.
 

Edited by Takchopper Nuvia, Jun 12 2014 - 07:09 AM.






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