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Old 1st April 2021, 18:40   #421  |  Link
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@Richard1485: For me they are still there unless 'Ghostery' is enabled.
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Old 1st April 2021, 22:46   #422  |  Link
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I don't have Ghostery, but I've quoted the OP, and the images are indeed still there. Something else must be blocking them. My bad then. It's good to know that they're still there. I went to check something the other day and couldn't see them. Thanks.
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Nowadays, the pictures timeout of me,...
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Old 9th June 2024, 18:02   #424  |  Link
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Quote:
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Nowadays, the pictures timeout of me,...
This is weird...
They also wouldn't load on my side on Chrome, however when I quoted the original post and tried to access the image directly at:

http://tom.niko.users.sbb.rs/resolutions.png

it would load and display.
At that point I started wondering: could it be an HTTPS issue?
And sure enough, if I try to load the same page with HTTP instead of HTTPS (namely http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=154533 instead of https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=154533) Chrome ignores it and loads the HTTPS version without images anyway. On the other hand, loading the HTTP version on Firefox works and sure enough the images are still there:



Funnily enough I have the "Always use HTTPS connections" disabled in my Chrome settings but it looks like the browser is testing and probing each HTTP website you visit to see whether it also support an HTTPS equivalent version and automatically "upgrades" you to HTTPS. At that point, I guess they're blocking plain HTTP elements like images due to a security concern which is why they're visible on Firefox but not on Chrome. Why Google, why...?
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