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I'm trying to learn Solidity and trying to access remix web page (using MacBook pro), the page loads but it halts after that and I cannot scroll up and down the page to see the code.

Do I need to install anything to use online remix compiler?

If the question is irrelevant, please let me know before downvoting, so I'll remove it.

Edit: I'm using Safari web browser (with default setting).

  • Are you using the Javascript.vm? The other options won't work if you don't have it set up – thefett Aug 8 '17 at 13:30
  • @thefett Yes, I am. I won't even reach to the point where I can select one of the options. The browser stops after it loads and I can't do anything. Later on, I'll try what's suggested in the answer and provide an update. – user153465 Aug 8 '17 at 14:21
  • It's good and useful that you posted that you're using a MacBook Pro (and presumably macOS); it would be even more helpful when describing problems with web pages if you also include your browser. Not sure if it's relevant in this particular case, but it might be. – lungj Aug 8 '17 at 14:59
  • @lungj Thanks for the comment. I've specified the web browser I'm using in the question now. – user153465 Aug 8 '17 at 16:09
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It will not be the computer you are using, but rather the web browser that you are using and/or the plugins/extensions that you have installed.

You do not need to install anything to use Remix - that is what is so great about it. Try disabling any adblockers etc that may be stopping the Javascript files loading correctly.

  • thanks for the answer. I changed the web browser to google chrome and works fine now. Initially, I was using Safari and I disabled adblockers but it didn't work. – user153465 Aug 8 '17 at 20:10

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