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    Question icons rightside topic view

    Hi there,

    When i take a look to a topic i posted i see that i have a Windows 7 icon under Join date/Location/Posts.

    I'm not using Windows 7 but i'm running Mint 18.3. How can i change that specific icon?

    thanks!
    My laptop:
    MSI GE70-2PE * Quad core Intel Core i7-4710HQ * Kingston 16 GB RAM * Intel 4th Gen. Integr. GPU/NVidia GeForce GTX860M * Qualcomm Atheros Killer E2200/Intel Wireless 3160

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    Re: icons rightside topic view

    Anyone??? No answres/solution??
    My laptop:
    MSI GE70-2PE * Quad core Intel Core i7-4710HQ * Kingston 16 GB RAM * Intel 4th Gen. Integr. GPU/NVidia GeForce GTX860M * Qualcomm Atheros Killer E2200/Intel Wireless 3160

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    Re: icons rightside topic view

    Moved to Suggestions and Feedback.

    Wondering if you've added the user-agent-switcher to Firefox? That's normally how this happens - you needed to spoof Windows for some other reason and didn't switch back.
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    Re: icons rightside topic view

    You can see your user agent at various websites, for example: https://www.whatismybrowser.com/dete...-my-user-agent

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