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    1 month ago

    Thanks, Shadow! That didn’t work unfortunately, but if this is just a me thing, I can deal with it. I don’t have the most up-to-date version of FF, which could be part of the issue

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      1 month ago

      Try a private window as well, that will rule out any plugins or extensions causing it.

      It really sounds like a cache issue though if you don’t run into this on other instances. There’s nothing special about our code.

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        1 month ago

        Thank you, you’ve been very generous with your time and I don’t want to take any more of it up. I tried cache clearing, private window, computer restart. I have one non-lemmy.ca account (lemmynsfw.com). I can view lemmy.ca communities fine from my nsfw account and there are no issues in general, but directly using lemmy.ca and using my lemmy.ca account no longer work (as described above). This stuff is beyond my comprehension but if it’s only affecting me (which it seems to be based on the lack of other reports) than it’s hardly an problem for the instance

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          1 month ago

          Try another instance on 0.19.4 like https://lemmy.ml/ and see if it happens there too. If so, it’s your browser not liking something in the new version =)

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            1 month ago

            Thanks! I recreated this issue with Safari and with lemmy.ml on both browsers. I think it’s an issue with 0.19.4 interacting with something on my end, as I don’t have the issue on any instance that isn’t on 0.19.4 (and no other user seems to be affected). As a stop-gap solution, I’ve setup an account on beehaw.org. (Edit: another stop-gap solution: https://old.lemmy.ca/)