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    Annoying floating speech bubble

    Once I have read a topic and go back to the Forum, I get an annoying speech bubble floating over the top, containing the words of the last topic. It prevents me from seeing the next topic. If I scroll it moves to cover whatever I want to look at, so I quickly get fed up and give up. Does this happen to anyone else?
    Janet

    Canon 90D, 77D, Plus a load of lenses, especially macro.
    http://www.leighcameraclub.co.uk/

    #2
    No, not to me, but no doubt one of the brains on here will be able to give you the answer.
    Trev

    Equipment - According to the wife more than a Camera Shop got

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      #3
      I’m viewing on my iPhone. Just checked my iPad and it doesn’t do it there!
      Janet

      Canon 90D, 77D, Plus a load of lenses, especially macro.
      http://www.leighcameraclub.co.uk/

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        #4
        It does the same on my MacBook pro.

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          #5
          What browser are you using when getting the "annoying bubble" - and what version of it? Any chance of getting a screen capture of the problem.

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            #6
            Using Safari on my iPhone XR
            Last edited by JanHarper; 26-06-2020, 14:03.
            Janet

            Canon 90D, 77D, Plus a load of lenses, especially macro.
            http://www.leighcameraclub.co.uk/

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              #7
              I have just had a look on the iphone11, and yes get the speech bubbles, but if in safari you hit the refresh arrow in the search bar they disappeared. Not elegant but gets the job done.

              John

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                #8
                Thank you John. Problem solved! Now why didn’t I think of that.
                Janet

                Canon 90D, 77D, Plus a load of lenses, especially macro.
                http://www.leighcameraclub.co.uk/

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