Fixing Twitch chat is not loading error



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Many people use Twitch to watch their favorite games, but some of them have reported that the Twitch chat is not loaded. It’s not a big problem, but it can be boring, especially if you want a complete experience of contractions, so today we’ll show you how to solve it.

Twitch chat problems are generally not a big problem, but they can affect your viewing experience in Twitch.

Use the Incognito mode

A form of incognito mode is integrated in almost all modern web browsers, whether desktop or mobile. If your IT administrator has disabled incognito mode for your browsers, you will not be able to enable incognito mode (or find the option to enable it).

When you open a browser window in private or incognito mode, the browser stops recording the different things it normally records on websites when you move around on the information highway. Typically, this stored material includes items such as the website URL, the text you have entered in website forms and website cookies (which allow the browser to remember your preferred language or store your digital shopping cart, for example). And of course, if you are not in private browser mode, the browser records the websites you visit in your “history” with the date and time of your visit.

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Firefox:

Enter about:preferences in the address bar.

  • Cookies; Select Privacy. Under History, select the Firefox option will use the custom settings. Press the button on the right, called Show Cookies. Use the search bar to search for the website.
  • Note: There may be more than one entry. Take them all off.
  • Cache; select Advanced > Network. In front of the cached web content, tap Delete now.

Chrome:

  • Go to’Extras Menu’.
  • Click on’Options’.
  • Click on’Under the hood’.
  • In the “Privacy” section, select the “Show cookies” option.
  • A new window with the name “Cookies” should open. Here you can see all cookies in your Google Chrome browser.
  • Click on “Delete All” to delete all traces of cookies.
  • If you only want to delete a specific cookie, simply select it and click on “Delete”.

Disable browser extensions

Depending on the user, extensions to your browser can sometimes cause this problem. If Twitch Chat does not load in your browser, try to disable all extensions to avoid interference.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Click on the “≡” menu icon at the top left of the browser window and select Add-ons.
  2. If you are using Windows XP, click on Tools in the menu bar at the top of the browser window and select Add-ons.
  3. Click Extensions to display the installed extensions or click Plugins to display the plugins installed for your browser.
  4. Disable extensions or plugins one after the other until the problem no longer occurs.
  5. Locate the add-on you want to disable and click the Disable button.
  6. Try Trimble Connect with the extension disabled.
  7. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each extension until you find the problem in Trimble Connect. Leave this off and activate the rest. When you are finished, click on Close.

Google Chrome:

  1. Click on the “≡” menu icon at the top right of the browser window, select Other tools, then Extensions to open the extensions.
  2. Clear the Enabled check box to disable an extension or click the Trashcan icon next to the extension you want to delete.
  3. Type chrome://plugins in the Chrome address bar to see the plugins installed for your browser.
  4. Click on the Disable link under the plugin you want to disable.
  5. Try Trimble Connect with the extension disabled.
  6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each extension until you find the problem in Trimble Connect. Leave this off and activate the rest. When you are finished, click on Close.

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