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Interesting.. I'm senting a report to Google just for kicks and grins.  I was on a "previous" version when this hit.. problem still there after updating to:  Version 63.0.3239.108 (Official Build) (64-bit) 

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Same here, there are two posts in this thread that appear that way one being the last post on the previous page. I use win 7 and firefox at home and win 7 and chrome at work both have all the latest updates and both exhibit the same problem. Not sure when I first notice it but at least a couple of weeks ago.

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My home laptop that runs Windows XP Professional version 2002 service pack 3 and Chrome Version 49.0.2623.112 m does not have any issues.  Sometimes old school is better. :D

Tom

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Did we ever figure this one out? I am still seeing it using both Chrome and Firefox on Win 7. In fact this post is doing it.

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At my workstation (At work), we are still running Win7 and it only happens with single or two lines posting. Otherwise it's fine. Such a weird thing.

On my phone and computers with Win10 no problem.

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I'm on the same version of Chrome as you Richard and I'm still seeing the issue.

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This is so weird! 4 hours ago there were 5 or 6 posts in this thread alone that had this issue now everything is normal. What ever it is it is beyond me.

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2 hours ago, Osmosis said:

This is so weird! 4 hours ago there were 5 or 6 posts in this thread alone that had this issue now everything is normal. What ever it is it is beyond me.

I work with computers all the time and sometimes you just have to give up and say "well it is Tuesday today".

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Ok.. this is very weird.  It's now normal for me.  Time to have an adult beverage and pound my head against the wall.   I used to work with 'puters before I retired... and they are frustrating beasts at best.

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That's what happens on a windows OS, always a surprise, never stable. Cheers. Maybe put a pillow between your head and the wall ... shock absorbing, we wouldn't want to damage the wall now would we ... ;)

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