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The Firefox Better Web breaks a lot of webpages with missing news feeds, Twitter/Instagram pictures in articles, etc. Is there a way for the protection not to be so strict? Sometimes, standard protection would be fine so I can enjoy all that the webpage has to offer.

The Firefox Better Web breaks a lot of webpages with missing news feeds, Twitter/Instagram pictures in articles, etc. Is there a way for the protection not to be so strict? Sometimes, standard protection would be fine so I can enjoy all that the webpage has to offer.
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Eve
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Hi! These forums are focused on Firefox issues, and it appears this is a Scroll related question, If you need help with Scroll, you can email support AT scroll DOT com, or visit Scroll's support site (https://scroll.help/en/collections/2179599-firefox-better-web-with-scroll )

Hi! These forums are focused on Firefox issues, and it appears this is a Scroll related question, If you need help with Scroll, you can email support AT scroll DOT com, or visit Scroll's support site (https://scroll.help/en/collections/2179599-firefox-better-web-with-scroll )
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jscher2000
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Hi Mezito, could you check the Enhanced Tracking Protection status on the problem pages? That feature is managed from the "shield" icon at the left end of the address bar. Cross-site embeds with social tracking like feeds from Twitter and Facebook may be blocked by this feature, and you can unblock them using the button (looks like a slider switch, but just click it) on the panel that drops down from the shield.

Hi Mezito, could you check the Enhanced Tracking Protection status on the problem pages? That feature is managed from the "shield" icon at the left end of the address bar. Cross-site embeds with social tracking like feeds from Twitter and Facebook may be blocked by this feature, and you can unblock them using the button (looks like a slider switch, but just click it) on the panel that drops down from the shield.
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