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To: SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man) who wrote (6854)9/28/2021 4:38:04 PM
From: Kirk ©
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Did you try the link on your PC with Chrome or Edge before you asked me this?

or do you want me to rub my tummy and pat my head too? <grin>

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To: SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man) who wrote (6857)9/28/2021 4:40:59 PM
From: Kirk ©
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Thanks. It only happens for me with RTS makes those multiple graph posts. Perhaps ask RTS how he constructs the posts... probably using cut n paste from prior posts where something gets lost in the browser translation. That is why I asked Dmitri.

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To: Kirk © who wrote (6853)9/28/2021 4:42:23 PM
From: SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man)
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I am using Chrome for SI and no issues.

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To: SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man) who wrote (6860)9/28/2021 4:44:45 PM
From: Kirk ©
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Interesting. It has been an issue for many of us for some time.

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To: Kirk © who wrote (6853)9/28/2021 4:53:12 PM
From: SI Dmitry (code monkey)
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If you go into dev tools for your browser, you can see that the remote server is returning 403 (Access forbidden) error codes when your browser tries to load the pictures.

The site owner apparently doesn't like the content being embedded on other sites, and so has placed a restriction on the serving of the content.

Why does it work in Firefox? That is really the question. Perhaps Firefox is masking the origin page of the request when it makes it. That's just my guess.

Regards,

@Dima

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To: SI Dmitry (code monkey) who wrote (6862)9/28/2021 4:59:58 PM
From: Kirk ©
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Thanks. I've had that happen when I try to cut n paste from some sites but shouldn't that apply to everyone with any browser?

Stock charts turned off embedding images for me long ago... so I've had to save them as static then upload.

Odd that RTS has not had that problem.

How does that explain why some people like Ron can see the images or I can see them using Firefox? Do those browsers spoof the source servers?

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To: SI Dmitry (code monkey) who wrote (6862)9/28/2021 5:08:04 PM
From: bruwin
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It's been a while since I've seen you post on this, your board, so I'd like to put to you the question again that I've previously put to you in these two posts of mine ......

Message 33471334

Message 33447080

..... could it be arranged that RUMBLE videos could be downloaded into an SI post in much the same way that a YouTube video can be downloaded into SI posts ?

From the "Recommendations" that my above posts have received, it seems that there are other SI members who would also like this to be possible.


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To: Kirk © who wrote (6853)9/28/2021 9:37:39 PM
From: George Statham
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the links are http and the site is https. It worked fine in chrome for me until I turned off allow insecure content for www.siliconinvestor.com. I'm normally using firefox for SI but had looked at this issue in the past.

You can copy the image location and paste it elsewhere to see that the stockcharts link is http.

Looking at network requests with developer tools in chrome seems a bit weird. It's got a 403 error and is using https. I'm thinking that might not actually be a response from stockcharts but some artifact from chrome. Not delving deeper, at least tonight.

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To: George Statham who wrote (6865)9/28/2021 11:51:49 PM
From: J.F. Sebastian
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Looking at network requests with developer tools in chrome seems a bit weird. It's got a 403 error and is using https. I'm thinking that might not actually be a response from stockcharts but some artifact from chrome. Not delving deeper, at least tonight.
Perhaps it is an issue with Chromium-based browsers, since Chrome, Edge, Brave, Vivaldi, Opera, and Chromium all have the problem.

Firefox uses the Gecko/Mozilla rendering engine and I just tried a Mac browser called iCab which also shows that page properly. iCab uses a custom WebKit rendering engine.

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To: J.F. Sebastian who wrote (6866)9/29/2021 12:20:31 AM
From: George Statham
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It is oddball behavior but fixable by allowing insecure content under settings -> privacy and security -> site settings or using https links to stockcharts in the original post.

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