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m.facebook.com or mbasic.facebook.com

Post by mekineer » 2020-05-22, 07:17

On either of m.facebook.com or mbasic.facebook.com:
When viewing someone's wall, for example at https://m.facebook.com/username, and clicking on "see more stories", I get some weird page with no more stories. Works in Chrome. Is it just me? Is there a solution?

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Post by Moonchild » 2020-05-22, 08:43

Why are you using the mobile-exclusive site? Pale Moon isn't a mobile browser. Try using the desktop version of Facebook.
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Post by badnick » 2020-05-22, 09:47

It must work in both cases, even better on mobile variant because it uses much less resorces.
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Post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2020-05-22, 09:49

That sure is an opinion.
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Post by Moonchild » 2020-05-22, 09:52

badnick wrote:
2020-05-22, 09:47
It must work in both cases.
So go ahead and make it work then
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Post by adesh » 2020-05-22, 09:57

Stop using Facebook.

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Post by badnick » 2020-05-22, 10:00

I use Facebook from 2007 so yes, it's my "opinion" based on my experience.
I don't know what the cause may be for OP issue but is not Pale Moon.
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Post by back2themoon » 2020-05-22, 10:34

mekineer wrote:
2020-05-22, 07:17
...and clicking on "see more stories", I get some weird page with no more stories. Works in Chrome. Is it just me? Is there a solution?
Probably just you. "See more stories" works fine here on m.facebook.com. Try Safe Mode. Clear History/cache.
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Post by moonbat » 2020-05-22, 11:12

Imagine deliberately wanting to use a dumbed down mobile website on the desktop, let alone on a browser whose UI is firmly aimed at the desktop with none of the gigantic icons and hamburger menu nonsense that everyone else is copying.
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