Blogging with a Funky Grammarly

ContentWriter

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Is it just me or Grammarly is acting weird lately?

I have a paid account. Since Monday, it has been acting really strange. Every time I proofread, it would show two lines of the same recommendation. It would then require me to correct or ignore both. At times, I would attempt to click on an error but it would "dissolve" like pffft. Gone.

I use the Grammarly Chrome extension because it's easier. Are you experiencing the same thing?
 

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Is it just me or Grammarly is acting weird lately?

I have a paid account. Since Monday, it has been acting really strange. Every time I proofread, it would show two lines of the same recommendation. It would then require me to correct or ignore both. At times, I would attempt to click on an error but it would "dissolve" like pffft. Gone.

I use the Grammarly Chrome extension because it's easier. Are you experiencing the same thing?
I use the desktop version, sometimes two correct versions of a phrase, sentence etc are normal. I have no issues
 

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Is it just me or Grammarly is acting weird lately?

I have a paid account. Since Monday, it has been acting really strange. Every time I proofread, it would show two lines of the same recommendation. It would then require me to correct or ignore both. At times, I would attempt to click on an error but it would "dissolve" like pffft. Gone.

I use the Grammarly Chrome extension because it's easier. Are you experiencing the same thing?
I think its working fine. never had problems with the chrome extension. as misterf said reinstalling would work!
Good luck
 

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Have you tried using a different browser/computer? Tried contacting support?
 

MarksBlackHat

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You should definitely take breaks in your writing so you don't strain your eyes too much. Also, you need the yellow computer glasses that will keep you from straining on the blue light.
 
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