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Why am I getting "Image may contain text" instead of the actual image showing on Instagram and FB.

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Also things like "image may contain cat/people". How do I get FF to show the images?

Also things like "image may contain cat/people". How do I get FF to show the images?

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jscher2000
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I see the problem on Facebook (example screenshot attached). I think it's on their end, but I haven't compared other browsers.

I see the problem on Facebook (example screenshot attached). I think it's on their end, but I haven't compared other browsers.
jscher2000
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Facebook is posting on Twitter about a partial outage affecting images: https://twitter.com/facebook/status/1146453213777936386

Facebook is posting on Twitter about a partial outage affecting images: https://twitter.com/facebook/status/1146453213777936386

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jscher2000 said

Facebook is posting on Twitter about a partial outage affecting images: https://twitter.com/facebook/status/1146453213777936386

Hopefully that's it, but the weird thing is that it shows some images. Thanks

''jscher2000 [[#answer-1234725|said]]'' <blockquote> Facebook is posting on Twitter about a partial outage affecting images: https://twitter.com/facebook/status/1146453213777936386 </blockquote> Hopefully that's it, but the weird thing is that it shows some images. Thanks
Stephan Barr 0 solutions 2 answers

This is common behavior and likely results from FB/IG security settings on the posters profile or yours. I see it all the time. You can prove it to yourself by finding the source of the image with FF directly.

This is common behavior and likely results from FB/IG security settings on the posters profile or yours. I see it all the time. You can prove it to yourself by finding the source of the image with FF directly.