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#2004769 29-Apr-2018 22:20
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Just tried logging in using Firefox and worked this evening

 

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  #2004774 29-Apr-2018 22:35
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GEOMAX:

 

in options

 

cookies and site data are you clearing stored site data?

 

 

 

my earlier post...

 

I have seen examples where Firefox quantum has had difficulties with saved site data.These were secure sites. Reinstalling clears it all. If you makes sure you clear ALL site data it  also fixes it. When you next go to the site you need to log in again. Don't expect anybody to admit ownership of the problem.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 


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  #2004775 29-Apr-2018 22:35
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GEOMAX:

 

in options

 

cookies and site data are you clearing stored site data?

 

 

 

my earlier post...

 

I have seen examples where Firefox quantum has had difficulties with saved site data.These were secure sites. Reinstalling clears it all. If you makes sure you clear ALL site data it  also fixes it. When you next go to the site you need to log in again. Don't expect anybody to admit ownership of the problem.

 

 

 

 

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  #2004778 29-Apr-2018 22:47
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Have you tried updating FF - or regressed it?  A lot of bugs in FF these days after v52. The ESR versions are not so bad.

 

 

 

If automatic updates are enabled in FF there's a good chance an update is behind the syntax error. I'm not a developer but syntax error to me indicates a problem in the code, meaning a bug....

 

I'd try ESR 57 & see what happens.  Maybe nothing.




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  #2006004 1-May-2018 14:05
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I don't have automatic updates on - I held off the latest level for a couple of updates on another issue - it now seems to have come right. These very rapid updates seem as much to keep up with competitiors as adding new, tested, improvements. It's worse in some software - such as accounting software. In the old days we had a new version every year. Since cloud software has taken the world by storm changes are constantly appearing.

I have found the IRD system in Firefox almost working recently. Doesn't work perfectly, but a couple of clicks and it's where it should be.

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