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Last week volume bar only visible for 0,1 seconds


haakon_73

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This have been a long, long, lasting bug for me and my friend ( who is on another win pc with other router, fiber ).
I run Chrome, Win 10, new PC. The bug is also on Firefox. The bug is also on monthly volume chart.

To see the volume I have to shift between - 1 day and week - and try to get a glimpse of last week volume.

Anyone experience this?

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7 hours ago, haakon_73 said:

This have been a long, long, lasting bug for me and my friend ( who is on another win pc with other router, fiber ).
I run Chrome, Win 10, new PC. The bug is also on Firefox. The bug is also on monthly volume chart.

To see the volume I have to shift between - 1 day and week - and try to get a glimpse of last week volume.

Anyone experience this?

Hi @haakon_73,

Could you please send screenshots to helpdesk.uk@ig.com ? Our IT team will have a look into it.

Thank you - Arvin
 

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