Some of the adds appearing on top of the avatar seem to open and cover the options, I have already clicked on at least two by accident. Should they be moved somewhere else to prevent accidental clicks?
Ads should not render over Hub content.
When these issues do occur it is very helpful to take screenshots if you can.
Any Ad-related problems should be posted here:
I have moved this thread to that forum.
Do you recall the specific Hub on which you saw the ad issue?
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