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Embedded Twitter Tweet Button issue with Release 79.0 Desktop

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Here is a Jsfiddle URL URL which points to Twitter Tweet Button JS / HTML code which I am attempting to embed into a website.


When I load the above in Google Chrome 84 the Tweet Button appears and I can share out the URL of the web page in which the Tweet button is embedded, with no unexpected results.

When I try to do the same with Mozilla Firefox 79.0, in Private Mode, and disabling uBlock extension, the Tweet button does NOT appear, only the "Tweet" text. When I click on the Tweet text, I can not share out the URL as expected.

I am wondering what specifically in Mozilla Firefox could be introducing the problem.

Here is a Jsfiddle [https://jsfiddle.net/ironman07882/ecLvor2u/ URL] URL which points to Twitter Tweet Button JS / HTML code which I am attempting to embed into a website. When I load the above in Google Chrome 84 the Tweet Button appears and I can share out the URL of the web page in which the Tweet button is embedded, with no unexpected results. When I try to do the same with Mozilla Firefox 79.0, in Private Mode, and disabling uBlock extension, the Tweet button does NOT appear, only the "Tweet" text. When I click on the Tweet text, I can not share out the URL as expected. I am wondering what specifically in Mozilla Firefox could be introducing the problem.

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My guess before clicking your link is Enhanced Tracking Protection. If the shield at the left end of the bar has turned from gray to a shade of purple, something is being blocked, and that often includes Twitter.

More info on this feature: Enhanced Tracking Protection in Firefox for desktop

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Here is a JsFiddle URL with the code snippet for testing.

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My guess before clicking your link is Enhanced Tracking Protection. If the shield at the left end of the bar has turned from gray to a shade of purple, something is being blocked, and that often includes Twitter.

More info on this feature: Enhanced Tracking Protection in Firefox for desktop

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Actually it was due to conflicts with add ons.

When I started firefox under safe mode to disable the add ons, and opened the jsfiddle URL, the Tweet button appeared.

Thanks for the input.