I use internet explorer. Sometimes the slideshow of hubs works fine. Other times it is blank for a few seconds and the hub appears and dissappears in less than a second.
Thanks for the info.
We are aware of a few issues with the new profile in Internet Explorer.
One of which is the slideshow images going white in Internet Explorer 9.
This issue has been forwarded to our engineering team to be addressed.
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