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    digitalfixer
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    I had this problem on the 6.5 rc releases, on 6.5.0 stable and it is still there on 6.5.1-rc1.

     

    Avg cpu load and per cpu load are blank.

     

    This happens in Chrome, Firefox and Safari.

     

    [Edit] Just tried it with the newest releases of Opera and Vivaldi and the results are the same.

     

    Kevin

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    Works for me.  As an experiment, try booting in 'Safe Mode' and see if problem persists.  This will rule in/out any interference from a plugin.

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    Changed Status to Open

    Changed Priority to Annoyance

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    Mine works fine too. Chrome and Chrome Canary, across PC and Android. :)

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    mine works fine in safari, chrome, edge

    Edited by vanes

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    @digitalfixerIf you are running any sort of adblocker, have you made sure that the unRAID server has been whitelisted?    Adblockers are notorious for interfering with the correct functioning of the unRAID GUI.

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    Only have ad blocker in Chrome and unRAID is whitelisted.

     

    I had no problems with 6.4.1

     

    Kevin

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    Do you have another computer you can try this on?

     

    Also, in FF for example, you can right-click anywhere and click Inspect, then choose the Console tab and let us know if you see any errors popping up there.

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    I'm marking this as closed because it seems to be a problem with browsers and my Macbook Pro.

     

    Kevin.

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