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  1. Hugh Briss
    April 8, 2018

    Just updated MacOS to 10.13.4. Several FB pages including Home display only enough items to fill the window. Reloading the page reveals another truncated set of items. That’s in Safari, even after deletiing History and restarting. However FB pages work perfectly with both Chrome and Firefox. ????

    • Om Do Ri
      April 9, 2018

      Are you using Internet Sharing from your iPhone cellular data to the Mac? Is that what you mean?

  2. Robf
    April 8, 2018

    One additional trick suggested to me by a t-mobile tech. Just turn off the cellular connection, wait 15 seconds, then turn it back on (can also be done by cycling airplane mode). This forces the phone to re login to the cell network, and initialize the data connection. That usually does it for me.

    When driving, just try again in a few miles when you are within range of the next cell tower. Sometimes a cell tower hangs and has to be rebooted.

    • Om Do Ri
      April 9, 2018

      This is great advice especially if your cell service suddenly went out or got worse, and you’re traveling. Sometimes a cell phone will hang onto an ‘old’ cell tower signal that is further away than a nearby cell tower, and cycling that cellular connection off and back on will sometimes lead it to join the closer cellular tower.

      Just watch out for stingrays! LOL, not that any of us would know if they’re being connected to since there is no way to verify cell tower connections like you can with wifi =) Oh well, I guess privacy is…

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