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At some point in the process of upgrading wordpress, which happens automatically (now at 4.7.3) and updating Generate Press (now at 1.2.96) I’ve arrived at a system that for every post or page update, I get a message telling me the “Backup of this post in your browser is different from the version below”.
Have you seen this before? Is there anything I can do to keep this from happening?
the site is https://arlinstitute.org and I only see this as I create or update pages/posts on the back end.
As I work with the site this morning, it seems to happen on pages, not posts.
Sounds like something a plugin might be triggering. Try #1 on this page: https://docs.generatepress.com/article/debugging-tips/
Well I found the problem. I was using FF 52.0. I zeroed in on it, because I was using Chrome to start disabling plugins and noticed that it didn’t show the backup error message.
I went back to firefox and sure enough problem is back. In checking the version, I saw that an update was available, which is now installed and the error is gone.
So FF 52.0 had some sort of bug that conflicted with wordpress. 52.0.1 does not. At least for me.