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Glitch    15

I know there have been quite a few ad blocker questions but mine is different. I am on chrome because DayZRP doesn't work on IE. IE is my default browser. I can't get on DayZRP because I have to disable my ad block or script block. Literally on this page it says that, with the DayZRP background there are three ads. I always have had ads enabled. I could care less if they are there or not, so what's goin' on man. Why does it want me to disable ad block if I have ads? I also don't have ANY form of ad block at all.

DayZRP has also been excluded from any sort of things that may prevent ads.

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Poppy    378

Hello @Glitch!

With the new ad providerm there has been a few glitches. Try holding CTRL and press F5 while holding it.

 

I hope this works!

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Glitch    15
7 minutes ago, Saradomin said:

Hello @Glitch!

With the new ad providerm there has been a few glitches. Try holding CTRL and press F5 while holding it.

 

I hope this works!

It has yet to work, and I don't know if constantly refreshing my browser will work but I did notice that after sitting on that page for a while, like a LONG while I refreshed it and it worked only to the home page so I don't know. I will give it a go every now and then and maybe just wait it out, use chrome for now.

Thank you regardless.

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Rolle    2938

it's most likely your browser cache. CTRL+F5 should force a hard refresh which reloads the page while ignoring cached data. If that doesn't help you could try deleting the browser cache manually.

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Rolle    2938

Ok I've tested again and it looks like the Internet Explorer doesn't parse the ad script correctly and errors out, so it's not a fault on your end. I'm looking into it (although you're much better with using Chrome anyway :P )

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