@Antisocialist I think I see what might be the problem. Can you adjust Aggressively block fingerprinting to just Block fingerprinting?
Text formatting and all tends to fall under fingerprinting. So when you have it set to aggressive, it can break certain functions like what you’re mentioning.
That said, I’ll tag @fanboynz in case maybe what I’m saying needs rephrased a bit. But also to see if he has any other suggestions or if it really just might come down to idea of "Aggressively Block Fingerprinting` being enough to break that for you.
@Antisocialist On new screenshot, you adjusted in the wrong place. Not saying to change about Block trackers & ads but was saying the one a bit below that, which even in new screenshot you currently have Aggressively block fingerprinting. I keep Ads and Trackers to aggressive with no issues. But been a lot of sites that having Aggressive on Fingerprinting will break.
Because I’m not an expert and my technical knowledge is limited, I try not to say too much. But if I’m explaining right, there’s enough of a “fingerprinting” that needs to happen for it to acknowledge your browser wants certain things. Such as Centered text instead of Left aligned. When you aggressively block this, then it can’t read the preference and just throws something random at you, which is what you’re seeing by the text not being centered.
We’re not saying it will break every site you go to, but there will be things that it can break. All depends on type of content and how much it needs to kind of read about you in order to customize content.
Again, I might not be saying that all that accurately, but am saying it based on what I’ve seen and issues Fanboynz has helped me with in the past. So even if it’s not 100% right, I’d say it’s safe enough to use as a guideline. Switching settings in that little widget will change just for that site. You can keep your global settings to Aggressive if you wish. I’d just be aware it stands higher chance of breaking things if Fingerprinting is Aggressive.
I did test and Aggressively Block Fingerprinting duplicates your issue. Switching it back to Block Fingerprinting has it work as intended. So this is the change you’ll want/need to make.