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eBay intermittently incompatible with current release of Firefox

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eBay intermittently incompatible with current release of Firefox, no fixes working

-Restart PC done -Cache cleared -Safe mode used -Works on IE, Edge, Chrome

I read about a different Firefox issue and I am able to visit this page FYSA: https://ir.ebaystatic.com/rs/v/4ups3vxocu2mherdhxh5b2kdxml.css

Is this something that Mozilla would be able to fix in the next update?

eBay intermittently incompatible with current release of Firefox, no fixes working -Restart PC done -Cache cleared -Safe mode used -Works on IE, Edge, Chrome I read about a different Firefox issue and I am able to visit this page FYSA: https://ir.ebaystatic.com/rs/v/4ups3vxocu2mherdhxh5b2kdxml.css Is this something that Mozilla would be able to fix in the next update?
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I am a little bit curious about this issue.

I could see the same result when visiting ebay.com, but this definitely comes from my uBlockOrigin blocking at least ebayimg.com, ebaystatic.com, and systemcdn.net. As soon as I allow those three domains to be accepted to deliver content for establishing a connection to ebay.com, eBay looks pretty normal to me. As in the screenshot it looks like AdBlock Plus (ABP) is disabled for this site, could there be any other add-on interfering here? Furthermore, did you try to reload the website without using the cache (use Strg+F5 to reload completely)?

I am wondering a little bit because, as you've written, it even did not work in Safe Mode and with cleared cache...

What about your cookie or Enhanced Tracking Protection (ETP) settings?

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I am a little bit curious about this issue.

I could see the same result when visiting ebay.com, but this definitely comes from my uBlockOrigin blocking at least ebayimg.com, ebaystatic.com, and systemcdn.net. As soon as I allow those three domains to be accepted to deliver content for establishing a connection to ebay.com, eBay looks pretty normal to me. As in the screenshot it looks like AdBlock Plus (ABP) is disabled for this site, could there be any other add-on interfering here? Furthermore, did you try to reload the website without using the cache (use Strg+F5 to reload completely)?

I am wondering a little bit because, as you've written, it even did not work in Safe Mode and with cleared cache...

What about your cookie or Enhanced Tracking Protection (ETP) settings?

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Patrick Weiden said

I am a little bit curious about this issue. I could see the same result when visiting ebay.com, but this definitely comes from my uBlockOrigin blocking at least ebayimg.com, ebaystatic.com, and systemcdn.net. As soon as I allow those three domains to be accepted to deliver content for establishing a connection to ebay.com, eBay looks pretty normal to me. As in the screenshot it looks like AdBlock Plus (ABP) is disabled for this site, could there be any other add-on interfering here? Furthermore, did you try to reload the website without using the cache (use Strg+F5 to reload completely)? I am wondering a little bit because, as you've written, it even did not work in Safe Mode and with cleared cache... What about your cookie or Enhanced Tracking Protection (ETP) settings?

Nailed it with ETP settings. If I allow all trackers eBay suddenly works. Fishy. I'd prefer not to do so, but at this point I may actually indeed use Chrome but only for eBay.

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Same goes for the Dutch website http://marktplaats.nl which is owned by eBay. :/