Trouble with Google Chrome

Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 11, 2019

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Can someone explain to me why Google chrome is displaying the messages at the top of the forum this way? Really irritating.

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Tacafy大尉 Adobe Community Professional , Dec 11, 2019
Good morning, JimHess.It seems that it is necessary not only to restart the PC but also to clear the browser cache. Please refer to this post. https://community.adobe.com/t5/adobe-community-professionals/is-anyone-else-seeing-this/m-p/10793697#M24478 * If you can't see the post above, please clear the cache and then visit the forum. The symptoms are improved.  

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I experienced the issue yesterday. I restarted the computer, and it resolved itself once. But it is back today. Microsoft Edge doesn't show the problem, but I have other issues with it. And I don't like Firefox. Oh well, now I know I'm not the only one seeing the problem.

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Moved from Lightroom Classic to Community help.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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Good morning, JimHess.
It seems that it is necessary not only to restart the PC but also to clear the browser cache. Please refer to this post.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/adobe-community-professionals/is-anyone-else-seeing-this/m-p/10793697...

* If you can't see the post above, please clear the cache and then visit the forum. The symptoms are improved.

 


TkfY(ACP),JAPAN

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Dec 13, 2019

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You can also just clear cookies for the community.adobe.com site and refresh the screen.

 

  1. Launch Google Chrome and click on the ⁞ atthe top right corner and click Settings from the drop-down.
  2. Scroll to the bottom and click Advanced.
  3. Under Privacy and Security section, click on Site Settings.
  4. Under All sites, click on View permissions and data stored across sites.
  5. Find the listing for adobe.com and expand it.
  6. Click community.adobe.com
  7. Click Clear data in the Usage section.
  8. Reload/refresh the tab for the community pages.

 

I got the basics for this from this site. https://7labs.io/tips-tricks/clear-site-specific-cookies-cache.html

It's a bit out of date, but enough to get you started, and it covers several browsers.

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