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    I am also having the paragraph break problem.
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    Can't give XP, etc. No Formatting options (can swtich to http for formatting, doesn't fix giving XP)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowkey13 View Post
    Can't give XP, etc. No Formatting options (can swtich to http for formatting, doesn't fix giving XP)
    I was going to post that I can't give exp, but you beat me to it. I'd give you exp for beating me to it, but I can't! You'd probably laugh at me for this post, but you can't! Ha!
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    At a guess, something is being blocked by the new certificate. Something with a technical sounding name like Java or Ajax or something, which controls a bunch of functions.
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    Here's another one-

    Reply with quote seems to be broken with Https

    I can click it several times to bring up a new window, and it works fine with the http, but if I single click it with https, then it gives me a forever spin.
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    When I try to quote-reply to a post, it's just thinks about it indefinitely.
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    I can no longer like or laugh with posts, whether or not I preface the URL with http or https. And posting this reply is leaving a swirling "thinking" cursor to hover like a bad omen.
    -----------------------------------(paragraph/line break did not work when editing)-------------------------------------------
    EDIT: I'm also using Chrome, and the console is returning this error when I look at a thread, which may be illuminating - is there a secure jQuery source?:
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    Mixed Content: The page at 'https://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?659894-Upgraded-to-https!-Please-report-bugs!&p=7617001#post7617001' was loaded over HTTPS, but requested an insecure script 'http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.7.2/jquery.min.js'. This request has been blocked; the content must be served over HTTPS.
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    I see that some are able to award XPs even after I have made the attempt and failed. I'm using Chrome, for what it's worth....
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    I'm on Opera and I get an "Insecure Content" warning when I open the website, which isn't supposed to occur when the site is in https. That warning should be specific to http-sites. And yes, I have checked that I'm on the https version when the warning occurs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonesy
    I'm on Opera and I get an "Insecure Content" warning when I open the website, which isn't supposed to occur when the site is in https. That warning should be specific to http-sites. And yes, I have checked that I'm on the https version when the warning occurs.
    Firefox has a warning icon that says "Parts of this page are not secure (such as images)." And looking at the page source code shows some http: URLs for images & stuff. That's probably why Opera is giving that warning.
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