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facebook login page is different in firefox than any other browser

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Recently my login page for facebook in firefox has changed. The exact same url (facebook.com) in all other browsers I have (Chrome, Brave, IE, and Edge) renders a different page. I've been using facebook container plugin for quite a while but never experienced this other login page format. I disabled the facebook container plugin but still get the same result with it disabled. I typically have private mode set by default. I cleared my cache. I'm trying to think of all of the constraints that might affect this. If it's a result of my privacy settings and this isn't atypical, then I would like to know. Otherwise, I'm puzzled by the difference. Thanks for your time!

Recently my login page for facebook in firefox has changed. The exact same url (facebook.com) in all other browsers I have (Chrome, Brave, IE, and Edge) renders a different page. I've been using facebook container plugin for quite a while but never experienced this other login page format. I disabled the facebook container plugin but still get the same result with it disabled. I typically have private mode set by default. I cleared my cache. I'm trying to think of all of the constraints that might affect this. If it's a result of my privacy settings and this isn't atypical, then I would like to know. Otherwise, I'm puzzled by the difference. Thanks for your time!
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  • Shockwave Flash 32.0 r0

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:69.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/69.0

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jscher2000
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Hi TAG, I see that difference between regular windows and private windows (see attached screenshot). I don't know why Facebook is doing that.

Hi TAG, I see that difference between regular windows and private windows (see attached screenshot). I don't know why Facebook is doing that.
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