I have just noticed an odd situation that cropped up yesterday. When I click a link on Youtube, it seems to open the link twice, meaning that when I would normally hit th… (tuilleadh eolais)
I have just noticed an odd situation that cropped up yesterday. When I click a link on Youtube, it seems to open the link twice, meaning that when I would normally hit the back button to watch a different video on a channel, it opens the same video again, meaning I have to hit back another time to get back to where I was. I don't know if this is due to a glitch and might be fixed by doing a reset or if this is just because I'm on an older version of Firefox due to how old my computer is and the fact that it doesn't seem to be able to handle the newer versions properly anymore. (I'm still using 28, and no longer simply due to my dislike of the new interface, though that is still an issue. My machine is over 13 years old and looking back, I'm surprised that it runs Firefox 28 at all.)
I am including a screenshot of what I am seeing, which can be seen by looking at the links that right clicking on the back arrow shows. As you can see, the doubling up is happening both on Youtube's videos and some parts of Youtube itself. This does not seem to be occurring anywhere else that I visit. Not sure why though. Is this on my end or theirs? Again, this doesn't occur anywhere else I go on the net. Curiously, it did not start happening till after I had visited tvtropes.org, but I have everything but the website itself and one font that the site runs on blocked as far as scripts go. I also ran a check for malware on my machine just in case, and came up clean. Dunno if that will help, but I figured the more you guys know, the better you can try to answer the question. For all I know, this might be happening on other later versions of the browser as well.