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Blurred screen on a few websites

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Just lately I have been finding that, for a few websites, they are unusable because the screen looks extremely blurred. I have attached a screenshot. Compare this with what you see at ba.com.

I am wondering if this is caused by a new secure feature of FF which is incompatible with these few sites. Really, any suggestions would be welcome. Otherwise I have to use Edge..

Just lately I have been finding that, for a few websites, they are unusable because the screen looks extremely blurred. I have attached a screenshot. Compare this with what you see at ba.com. I am wondering if this is caused by a new secure feature of FF which is incompatible with these few sites. Really, any suggestions would be welcome. Otherwise I have to use Edge..
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Looks like it's by design. LMAO I turned off Ghostery and it automagically works now. What add-ons are you using?

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Interesting.... It works in Nightly and Chrome, but fails in 105.0.1 and Dev which is 106.0b6.

Modified by jonzn4SUSE

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Looks like it's by design. LMAO I turned off Ghostery and it automagically works now. What add-ons are you using?

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My Nightly has no add-on, but Chrome has Ghostery and it still works.

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After allowing BA tracker in Ghostery, the site works in Dev. My 105.0.1 is currently not responding again and will test in it after killing it.  ;-))

Modified by jonzn4SUSE

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"What add-ons are you using?"

They include Ghostery….. Also uBlock Origin and DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials. Maybe that is one too many and one is conflicting with another.

Anyway, I paused Ghostery for 30 minutes, and now ba.com works!

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Blurry sites are asking you to confirm cookies before they let you proceed and if you block their cookies they will block your access. It's a give and take - if you want to go to the site you need to not block their cookies and anything like ghostery Addon types will prevent your access to sites requiring cookie tracking. Sites nowdays are more proactive so if you block their cookie tracking they block your access making the sites no visible to get to.

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When I went to ba.com, the screen blurred, but then nothing. No request to allow cookies.

At least the problem seems to have been sorted out, and I am grateful for the replies.

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