I use Firefox when I'm updating my hubs, but I'm having a problem when I try to insert a link into a text capsule. The pop-up box which asks for the Link URL, target and title appears briefly at a decent size, then quickly chops itself in half and it can't be resized. I can't see what I'm typing so it's hard to get the URL right. Here's a screenshot:
I can't make the box any wider and the text doesn't scroll across when I type in. When I edit the hubpage using Internet Explorer, the link box opens in a new tab so not a problem, but I hate using Internet Explorer as my PC is old and feeble and really struggles with it.
I've never seen this before. Unless I can make it happen myself, it's hard to diagnose the problem. Has anyone else seen something like this?
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