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posted by resmc 1 year ago
Firefox suddenly stopped loading Pinterest, claiming there was a 'content encoding error'. Earlier today, I swear it reverted itself to an older version 3.6.10

I have an old version of Linux, but this hadn't been too much of a problem since I spent hours getting the latest version of Firefox that my system can run.

This morning, Firefox acted like it was automatically installing a newer version; BUT, when I opened it up, all the new features I had come to love & depend on were gone, and it suddenly had a lot of trouble with sites it never had before. I managed to tolerate this, because it wasn't worth spending literally all day or longer trying to find a newer version that *might* be supported by my OS.

After successfully using Pinterest not seconds before, I suddenly got a new error message ['Content encoding error: The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because it uses an invalid or unsupported form of compression.'] and am completely blocked out of the site, unless you can do something about this!

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