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I'm using Firefox 67.0.4 (64-bit) on my iMac under OS X 10.14.5 and Bing is my default browser. Until recently if I clicked on one of the trending stories in the banner at the bottom of the window the story would open up on a new page and at the top of the page the same stories from the bottom banner would show up at the top.

Now however when I click a story in the bottom banner the top banner only shows a subset of the bottom-banner stories. How can I get it to display them all?

I'm using Firefox 67.0.4 (64-bit) on my iMac under OS X 10.14.5 and Bing is my default browser. Until recently if I clicked on one of the trending stories in the banner at the bottom of the window the story would open up on a new page and at the top of the page the same stories from the bottom banner would show up at the top. Now however when I click a story in the bottom banner the top banner only shows a subset of the bottom-banner stories. How can I get it to display them all?
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Bing isn't a firefox software. For issues of Bing support or configuration should be directed to Microsoft Support.

Bing isn't a firefox software. For issues of Bing support or configuration should be directed to Microsoft Support.
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Thanks but I know that it's not Firefox software, but rather Microsoft software. The problem is that except for Microsoft Office for Mac, Microsoft support for i's other products (like Bing) used on a Mac seems to be nonexistent.

Thanks but I know that it's not Firefox software, but rather Microsoft software. The problem is that except for Microsoft Office for Mac, Microsoft support for i's other products (like Bing) used on a Mac seems to be nonexistent.
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That should have read...

Thanks but I know that it's not Firefox software, but rather Microsoft software. The problem is that except for Microsoft Office for Mac, Microsoft support for its other products (like Bing) used on a Mac seems to be nonexistent.

That should have read... Thanks but I know that it's not Firefox software, but rather Microsoft software. The problem is that except for Microsoft Office for Mac, Microsoft support for its other products (like Bing) used on a Mac seems to be nonexistent.
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