I didn't see a thread in this forum over this issue put up recently. As of today my machine is getting what appears to be redirects, but may be a bug
issue from a recent change. It seems as if the page begins to load my request, then is pushed to an all white full page window with a side banner
running down it. I think this is an ad which runs on ATS, but am not certain. It seems this may be a mere bug, but it's annoying, and is wasting time
if nothing else. Thought to report it. It does not appear to be happening elsewhere, so I'm to believe the issue is isolated to ATS.
edit on 21-1-2015 by pl3bscheese because: (no reason given)
You may have a hover mouse, and if it hovers over any of those links to youtube on the side of the page you get taken there pronto. I must have that
happen to me a dozen times a day by accident, and I immediately close them and jump back to ATS. It sure does drive the clicks on those youtube vids
Definitely not that. This has nothing to do with being sent to a full page. It's all white on my screen except for an ad running down the side. This
isn't something which someone would use to advertise on purpose. It must be some sort of bug.
I'll click around a bit to capture a screnshot, sec.
Strange, it appears to have stopped. When you asked for the version, I checked, noticed an update was available, updated, now am on 40.x. Apparently
the issue was related to version 39?
I'll take it.
So chrome 40 was just released within the last week if I'm reading this correctly. Just today for android. It speaks of addressing 62 known security
issues with version 39. I'd suggest everyone to update, it only takes a second.
I get the creepy ad, with the lady peeling a layer of skin off her face, AFTER shutting down all programs, among several other conditions, like today
it was blank circles for icons, no avatars, a "shut down for maintenance" page and sloooow loading.
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