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Why do some websites indicate I am in Private Mode when I am not

The NY Times and The Washington Post both indicate I am in Private mode and I can not access articles without logging in to their sites vs just seeing articles which I co… (read more)

The NY Times and The Washington Post both indicate I am in Private mode and I can not access articles without logging in to their sites vs just seeing articles which I could do last week.

Asked by EricG 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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I am a NYT subscriber but can no longer access content behind the paywall.

I am a NYT subscriber but can no longer access content behind the paywall on FireFox. Yet, it works fine on Chrome and Edge. When I am on the NYT homepage, it shows that … (read more)

I am a NYT subscriber but can no longer access content behind the paywall on FireFox. Yet, it works fine on Chrome and Edge. When I am on the NYT homepage, it shows that I am logged in. When I click on an article on the home page, it loads it but a pop-up makes it blurry and says that I need to be a subscriber to see it. Yet, the top of the page shows that I am still logged as a subscriber. The problems occurs on my two notebooks. Both are running Windows 10. One has Norton as antivirus, the other has Windows Defender. To troubleshoot, I have turned off all FireFox "Content Blocking" and have cleaned up cookies and browsing history (twice), but it has not cleared the problem. I have reinstalled FireFox twice. I am also a subscriber to the Washington Post, and I have no problem reading it.

Asked by philippejj 1 year ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 year ago

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Why doesn't Firefox work on Kenken anymore?

Hi. I have downloaded and installed the latest Adobe flashplayer and told "Manage Plug-ins" to allow it to run and to "remember this decision," but https://www.nytimes.co… (read more)

Hi. I have downloaded and installed the latest Adobe flashplayer and told "Manage Plug-ins" to allow it to run and to "remember this decision," but https://www.nytimes.com/crosswords/game/kenken still won't load.

I just closed the browser and re-opened it, and checked the "Manage PLug-ins" button, and once again it has not saved the instruction to allow Adobe to run on the site.

The site still works fine with Safari.

This is really annoying. What am I missing?

Thanks!

Asked by spenyc99 2 years ago

Last reply by FFus3r 2 years ago