Nope - I have cleared the cache, I have the latest version of Firefox. No Pinterest button using, Mozilla, Chrome or Opera browsers on an XP machine. But weirdly when I use another computer Win 7 with IE8 it works. So beats me!
But Why, Tell me Why - should it work fine for 6 months and then suddenly two days ago stop working? Coincidences matter - it was just about this time that the other problem with profile switches started to happen - the famous FLIP-FLOP on the switch to display 'idled' hubs or not. Seems likely the two are releated especially when other people report the pin button not displaying with the magnificent Windows 7 - next it will only work with Win8!!!
Who knows. The logic that its my RAM, CPU etc. does not gel with me - its just a little button. I'll await futher developments. Pinterest is very important to me as it generates a lot of traffic etc. If the whole world can pin my images with links back to my articles I'm happy! I have my little right click Pinterest tool that works extremely well and I can pin several images from the same article not just one. So I am happy! So no worries thanks for trying. I'm happy! - three's a crowd, or a forest.
There was a problem with "yes" means "no" and "no"means "yes" in the profile editor as to another attribute. Try it with the "show pin button" setting. Like I said, a long shot, but with multiple posts saying both "see" and "not see", who knows?
I see only the two share buttons you do janderson. The rest are gone also and I haven't changed anything. I use IE. If it's not a system wide issue, then it must be something just with us. What's the common thread?
You may have indeed found a glitch, i.e., pin it won't show here for anyone still using XP. If others will test with this differential in mind, and either confirm or refute, this adventure might actually be solved!
I noticed tonight that the Flipboard share button is missing on all hubs. I checked a few niche sites and they are all missing. It doesn't matter if you're logged in or not. In addition, the problem I reported a few weeks ago with Pinterest banning ToughNickel is still not fixed.
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