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I’m visiting a news site (smh.com.au). When open on a specific article there are two prompts to “save articles for later” which can be dismissed/acknowledged.
However when I visit another article, the same prompts appear.
How can this issue be reproduced?
2. Click on an article, observe poop-ups
3. Click on another article
Should acknowledge once, and not be prompted on every article read.
Brave Version( check
v 1.20 (20.09.11.20)
Mobile Device details
didn’t previously occur, but not sure if it is a chance on the browser or site.
Works fine in safari.
Any thoughts welcome!
Thank you for reporting!
So on my end I actually don’t see any pop-ups appear when I land on the page or visit any articles – can you provide an exact link to an article so I can look at the same one you are and see if the pop-ups appear?
Here’s a link
The site required a log in… not sure if that has something to do with it.
Attached is a screen shot too with the pop up that appears. This is essentially on all links from the smh.com.au home page.
As I start scrolling, other pop ups appear. Attached is another screen shot from the same article.
Apologies – these are not the type of “pop-ups” I was expecting to see. These pop-ups are implemented by the site directly and relate to site-specific features. They are very likely only one-time pop-ups. Once you click
Got it, they will not show again and they pose no danger or security risk to you – they’re simply trying to show off site features for logged in members.
Sorry, I didn’t explain the issue well. I agree with your explanation of expected behaviour. The problem is in Brave, they appear on every article/page even after I have clicked “got it” So it is not a ‘one click and it remembered’ scenario within Brave
However, it works fine in Safari.
Ahhh I see. I think this may be due to the fact that you’re blocking cookies on the site? I’m wondering if clicking
Got it will set a cookie and then the site would know not to display the tool-tip again.
Can you try navigating the site with Shields down just to test and see if the tool-tip pop-ups appear in this same way?
Sure thing. How do I put “shields down”?
Ignore that. I found the setting.
I took shields down, browsed the site and then reinstated it.
The pop ups seems to have disappeared.
You’re very welcome – happy to help