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    xLaming
    • Status: Open Priority: High

    NOTE: THESE BUGS WERE SEEN USING LATEST FIREFOX & LATEST UBUNTU DISTRO

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    Steps to reproduce bug: * Login does not work. It shows my user logged in bu asks me to connect again, I cleared cache, tried login again etc..

    * Some bugs on sprites/fonts too as you can see.


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    2 minutes ago, LaFleur said:

    Did you try to click at "Sign in"?

    Connecting then same error message

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    Are you able to test it out with Firefox on windows?

     

    For me, it works on Windows. So it may be related to Ubuntu.

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    Tested on CentOS and Debian both are not working with Firefox, I didn't try using Chromium because I've just installed virtual machine here, actually I don't have Windows installed anymore,

     

    But anyway, it seems that on Linux using default browser (Firefox, yet updated) it is happening this issue and the smiley shaking,

     

    Some sprites are bug as textarea and button shadows.

     

    So, it seems happening those bugs on Linux platforms.

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    @xLaming

     

    Tested with latest Ubuntu and Firefox: Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS and Firefox Quantum 67.0.1

     

    Works well.

     

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    xLaming

    Posted (edited)

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    Working fine on Chrome, everything up to date. Tested with Mavegirl.

     

    #Update: sometimes smileybar is not showing too.

    Edited by xLaming

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    Ok, catch it.

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    Seems that CSP is blocking something to be loaded correctly.

     

    When logging storage isn't being fully stored.

     

    What I did:

    1. I've logged-in using Google Chrome, copied all HTML5 data storage and replaced on Firefox, it worked fine.
    2. I've checked both and seems that Firefox's data isn't being stored "k3". Firefox shows "0", on Chrome shows correctly.

     

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    Its working for me on the last version of firefox on Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS

    Edited by disease

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    It seems working in some browsers, but doesn't work sometimes, for some users etc...

     

    I would add that it seems to be related to the browsers updates, they are updating HTML5 everytime and other stuff (e.g Chrome/Firefox) so may be their issue not xat, this should be investigated.

    Edited by xLaming

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    On 6/23/2019 at 8:50 PM, xLaming said:

    Ok, catch it.

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    Seems that CSP is blocking something to be loaded correctly.

     

    When logging storage isn't being fully stored.

     

    What I did:

    1. I've logged-in using Google Chrome, copied all HTML5 data storage and replaced on Firefox, it worked fine.
    2. I've checked both and seems that Firefox's data isn't being stored "k3". Firefox shows "0", on Chrome shows correctly.

     

     

    do you think this an issue caused by csp?

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    43 minutes ago, LaFleur said:

     

    do you think this an issue caused by csp?

    Maybe, since it gets a lot of console errors

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    I thought it was causing just on Linux,

     

    But I forgot to mention that actually I'm using Windows 10 ( + Latest Firefox's version)

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