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When viewing the forum on Google's Chrome, I cannot see the forum properly. The text and pictures are all disorganized, and confused. Very hard to keep posting here considering I only use Chrome. Please do something about it. Thanks.



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I also use Chrome, but I've not had any problems.



Google Chrome here too, and no problems. Hope you get it figured out.



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And if you don't figure it out simply switch to Firefox. I wouldn't trust Chrome as it belongs to Google and Google is like the NSA, you can't really trust them.



CrazyGamer2017 said:

And if you don't figure it out simply switch to Firefox. I wouldn't trust Chrome as it belongs to Google and Google is like the NSA, you can't really trust them.

I have an issue like that with Firefox, so I switched to using Chrome for VGChartz recently. Can't use rich text editor, can't create new rows so all the text becomes mushed together, etc.
If this eventually happens on Chrome as well, I'll have to go to a third browser unless it's fixed. But the staff are aware of the issue I posted so hopefully it gets solved.



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CrazyGamer2017 said:

And if you don't figure it out simply switch to Firefox. I wouldn't trust Chrome as it belongs to Google and Google is like the NSA, you can't really trust them.

Google isn't just like them, but may actually be created and initial funded by some intelligence services of America.



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...check the url that you're pointing to. It should be "http://" but for some (mysterious) reason, it sometimes changes to "https://". Take out the 's', if that's in your url...



Have you tried it on any other browser? Would be useless to push the blame on Chrome when there's issues that are globally.

^also what Talon says.



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I have the same problem on chrome, I switch to edge for this site.



I use Chrome almost exclusively - never had any of the problems being reported, other than the random "https" being inserted into the URL (as I mentioned before). Make sure you are pointed to "http" and this shouldn't be a problem... ...if you're still seeing garbage, you ought to post a screenshot.