x.15a2
Yes, this has been discussed several times on the forums. It seems to be more prevalent with some browsers than others and seems to be related to saving settings via the cloud instead of the available non-tracking cookie.
posted by x.15a2 Community Leader2 years and 3 months ago Link

zdanevich
I have this effect at Chrome
posted by zdanevich 2 years and 3 months ago Link
x.15a2
It seems to be related to saving settings via the cloud instead of the available non-tracking cookie.
posted by x.15a2 Community Leader2 years and 3 months ago Link
zdanevich
I can fix this at my side?
posted by zdanevich 2 years and 3 months ago Link
buckeye
as said twice above:
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It seems to be related to saving settings via the cloud instead of the available non-tracking cookie.
so if you are saving using ddg cloud settings you are more likely to see what you are seeing so try saving to cookie as well or you can try using what they call a bookmarklet instead which would be https://duckduckgo.com/?kae=d&kak=-1

i have also seen what you are seeing on slow connections - seems that the default theme is painted then the dark theme is overlayed which creates the effect you are seeing - it is pretty easy to ignore
posted by buckeye 2 years and 3 months ago Link
zdanevich
I already see saved cookies:
[https://habrastorage.org/files/b3e/0df/b27/b3e0dfb27574450f9d4ca9b465fe4e3c.png]
or you mean some another way to save cookies?
posted by zdanevich 2 years and 3 months ago Link
anonymous
> the dark theme is overlayed which creates the effect you are seeing - it is pretty easy to ignore

Well, I'm not so sure if it's that easy to ignore - I just run into this thread while being annoyed a lot with this :/
posted by <hidden> • 1 year and 4 months ago Link