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It is a confirmed issue in Magento 1.9.2confirmed issue in Magento 1.9.2

Problem is recent stable version (ie 1.9.2) included cacheing for static blocks, but it is not enough to uniquely cache each individual static blocks.

The solution is use this extension, which is created by me. You can get more details about the extension over there. You can either use the extension or use the same trick in your Magento instance.

It is a confirmed issue in Magento 1.9.2

Problem is recent stable version (ie 1.9.2) included cacheing for static blocks, but it is not enough to uniquely cache each individual static blocks.

The solution is use this extension, which is created by me. You can get more details about the extension over there. You can either use the extension or use the same trick in your Magento instance.

It is a confirmed issue in Magento 1.9.2

Problem is recent stable version (ie 1.9.2) included cacheing for static blocks, but it is not enough to uniquely cache each individual static blocks.

The solution is use this extension, which is created by me. You can get more details about the extension over there. You can either use the extension or use the same trick in your Magento instance.

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It is a confirmed issue in Magento 1.9.2

Problem is recent stable version (ie 1.9.2) included cacheing for static blocks, but it is not enough to uniquely cache each individual static blocks.

The solution is use this extension, which is created by me. You can get more details about the extension over there. You can either use the extension or use the same trick in your Magento instance.