The website tries to load remote ebay images such as https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/LTYAAOSwUCBesVx4/s-l200.webp which we *can* display. Also (seemingly) it's not the same-site origin policy blocking them. They're embedded in a weird way (trying to display the image data source with a width of 0px and/or unable to swap scr and data-scr) which neither TenFourFox nor Leopard Webkit seem to support.
Hi Chris I'm sorry I'm not following you.
I had no issues with the previous version of your browser, now it won't display the single thumbnail photos in a search?
The site is www.kijiji.ca Can you check again
Ken, I'm merely collecting information right now why it doesn't work. And you're correct: It does work in a previous version (TFF FPR 20), therefore it may have been one of our recent security updates (same-site origine after all?).
Hi Chris, here is what Kijiji sent back, can you possibly check into
see if any of these work for you to get the small ad photos to show up
in your latest browser please.
Thanks for your reply.
Let's try the below troubleshooting and see if this helps:
Clear your cache and cookies
A good first step is to clear your cache and delete your cookies. Our
Support Page for Clearing Cache and Cookies will show you how to do
just that in Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari.
Make sure your browser is up to date
Older versions of browsers may interfere with the CAPTCHA loading
properly. Make sure that the browser you are using is updated to the
Disable Ad Blockers
Ad blockers may interfere with CAPTCHA. You can turn off ad-blocker
for Kijiji without disabling your ad-blocker for other sites. To
disable ad blockers, you can go into the settings for your ad blocker
and “whitelist” or “allow ads” for kijiji.ca, but make sure to check
your ad blocker’s support site for more instructions.
also occasionally prevent CAPTCHA from functioning as it should.
Change Firewall and Proxy Settings
Other culprits can include your firewall or proxy settings, which are
typically set by your institution’s library IT department. If you’ve
tried the above and are still experiencing issues, we recommend that
you contact them.
I hope this helps, feel free to reach out if you still need assistance
Ken, these troubleshooting points are great, and they have all been covered by my tests on May 5., except:
>Change Firewall and Proxy Settings
>Other culprits can include your firewall or proxy settings, which are
>typically set by your institution’s library IT department. If you’ve
>tried the above and are still experiencing issues, we recommend that
>you contact them.
-> This is something you'll have to do on your end because it refers to your OS and system settings rather than the browser.
It's not clear what's going on here to me either, but it might be related to https://github.com/classilla/tenfourfox/issues/601 given that it involves 0-width images. I don't have an ETA for that fix and I'm not sure it will fix it, but it's worth a shot.
Hi Cameron, I’m having the issue that when I do a search and they all come up on the page, the individual images to the left of the verbatim is missing.
When I click in the ad I see the photos. Are you experiencing the same?
Thanks for the help