Yes, in different browsers (IE, Edge, Chrome, FF)
Yes, in all pages, include the mini graphs.
We apply this change (PNG to SVG) and now we can see the images when copy and paste the URL directly in the browser, but only when we replace the “amp;” in the original URL. Example:
The URL we are trying to access is the one that is in the attribute data-original, inside img tag.
[…] <img class="lazy img-responsive" data-original="**http://librenms.domain.com/graph.php?type=device_conns&device=25&height=158&width=339&from=1558508100**" style="border:0;" src="">
By the way, if we acces to the same URL adding “&debug” it is showing image with the graph.
In this case, if we inspect html code we can see the image encoded in Base64:
I have set: $config['enable_lazy_load'] = false; in config. php, now the html code for the graphs are different: <img class="img-responsive" src="http://librenms.domain.com/graph.php?height=158&width=339&to=1558624200&id=1156&type=port_bits&from=1558019400" style="border:0;">
Maybe try the monthly release to check it works again, and then compare the exact differences to the latest daily branch or are you sure its only the & part?(although i think the monthly is due to upgrade soon)