Not sure if this is the right place, but here goes...
The title says it. I tried to read some of the news articles from the BC home page today, and some of the text in the articles is displaying oddly. For example the first sentence in the Netflix article looks like this:
If you get a Netflix password reset email, don't panic, as it is most likely legitimate! Recently there h
ave been huge public postings of usernames and passwords from hacked sites such as LinkedIn an
-Note, when I pasted it in here it read normally, I changed the words at the end of the first two lines to reflect what I'm seeing in the articles page.
Is anyone else seeing something like this? It's only article text, the screenshots, comments and the links on the right of the screen are showing normally.
I'm using Linux Mint/Firefox, with some addons and about:config changes, but it does the same thing with all of that disabled.
If I highlight an area of the text and right click to select "inspect element", unchecking a filter there called "word-break:break word" makes it read normally.
I didn't know whether to post in this forum or in Web Browsing. Please move if needed.
Hope that made sense.
ETA-the sentence with bolded.
Edited by 66Batmobile, 08 June 2016 - 05:10 PM.