Learn how to fix common errors while using Gamma
There are several different levels of refreshing in most modern browsers,
This option is the simplest way to reload your browser. Most have a button on the user interface to do so. This option will not delete the cache (stored page data).
This is a more aggressive way to reload your browser. This option will delete the cache of this particular page and redownload everything. This is a good option for reloading crypto applications after updates, bugs, and more.
This is the most aggressive way to reload your browser. This option will delete the cache of an entire browser and re-download everything. This is a good option if you face systemic errors in browsing multiple sites. Some people advocate doing this routinely, combining it with deleting your history, cookies, and other data.
Sometimes, another form of resetting is needed. In this case, we're going to use the browser's console to clear your local web storage
Using Chrome for this demonstration
Opening the console will open a large internal window on the right. Don't get overwhelmed! This can be a very confusing step. This is HTML code of the webpage. We are interested in the menu at the top.
From an expansion tab, find the "Application" tab and select it.
From here, open "Local Storage" and confirm you are on the right application. This can be different if using Uniswap or Quickswap.
Right-click the application and select "Clear". This should clear out any data you already have.
Close the console by pressing F12 and return to the Gamma App. Hopefully, your error should be fixed.