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Re: FritzBox/AVM latest 7.25 firmware web interface

Post by back2themoon » 2021-04-02, 15:26

Thanks for the fix/workaround and additional info. I'll forward.

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Re: FritzBox/AVM latest 7.25 firmware web interface

Post by back2themoon » 2021-04-02, 15:50

Sorry, forgot to mention another, minor issue:

Here's how a particular prompt appears on FF:
Fritz FF.png
You'll notice there's something missing on PM:
Fritz PM.png
Also, both OK/Cancel buttons will behave as OK on PM. There's nothing on the Error Console, except for this below which appears during log off so probably not related to this prompt. This is also reported to them.

Warning: Content Security Policy: Ignoring ‘x-frame-options’ because of ‘frame-ancestors’ directive.

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Re: FritzBox/AVM latest 7.25 firmware web interface

Post by Moonchild » 2021-04-02, 15:55

The checkbox on FF means that on FF it has already spawned a previous dialog. Pale Moon has the same functionality for repeated dialogs (to prevent evil trap sites from locking you into a dialog loop). So that's normal depending on what you did previously.

As for how the buttons "behave" that's entirely up to Fritz too. They probably assume Chrome-clone behaviour in their "updated" firmware across the board.
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Re: FritzBox/AVM latest 7.25 firmware web interface

Post by back2themoon » 2021-04-02, 16:02

You are right, I made a mistake. The 'Prevent' checkbox will also appear on Pale Moon accordingly. The OK/Cancel issue will hopefully be analysed by them.

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Re: FritzBox/AVM latest 7.25 firmware web interface

Post by Gordon Dry » 2021-04-03, 13:12

Thank you, I informed AVM about that informational update. Hope dies last.

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Re: FritzBox/AVM latest 7.25 firmware web interface

Post by llorc » 2021-04-22, 15:14

Thanks Loppetz!
Used your script with Greasemonkey,
works fine!

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Re: FritzBox/AVM latest 7.25 firmware web interface

Post by fipsy » 2021-04-25, 01:07

back2themoon wrote:
2021-03-23, 13:50
3. A link to their next update? I cannot link to the future.
Nope, they are just ignoring this issue. Today I got Fritz!OS 7.26 (released 2 days ago) on my Fritz!Box 7490. The problem still persists.
Loppetz wrote:
2021-04-02, 10:42
Anyway, I was able to fix it some other way by using Greasemonkey (Stylish would also work but I don't have that installed). You may need to adjust the @include line however. The styling doesn't look like the original should but at least it works.
Thanks a lot for that! It works for me, too! :clap:

By the way, the Fritz!OS interface does not run on the latest Internet Explorer 11 either, which gives AVM the lie that only "current" browsers are supported. What AVM does is clearly proprietary and illegal. As Moonchild has correctly explained. But it's also no secret how I feel about AVM and their development. Sadly, there is no better router in Europe in terms of price/performance, feature set and ease of use.

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Re: FritzBox/AVM latest 7.25 firmware web interface

Post by Moonchild » 2021-04-25, 08:34

fipsy wrote:
2021-04-25, 01:07
Sadly, there is no better router in Europe in terms of price/performance, feature set and ease of use.
I found that my Asus RT-N66U beats just about everything in terms of price/performance and ease of use. Not sure what feature set Fritzbox has that would be different but I'm certainly not missing anything even for my advanced needs. (and I've had it for.... quite a few years now. rock solid performer)
Also, firmware updates don't break my use of it, and I can roll back if it would ever become necessary.
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Re: FritzBox/AVM latest 7.25 firmware web interface

Post by Gordon Dry » 2021-04-25, 11:03

This is the latest reply that I got from AVM (April 19th):

original german
Ich habe Ihr Anliegen von meinem Kollegen Herrn Kirst für die weitere Bearbeitung übernommen und Ihre Rückmeldung und die vorliegenden Informationen zur weiteren Analyse an die Entwicklungsabteilung in unserem Haus weitergeleitet. Sobald mir zu dem von Ihnen beobachteten Verhalten neue Erkenntnisse oder weitere Fragen vorliegen, werde ich Sie wieder kontaktieren.

Sollte sich aus der Analyse Ihrer Daten eine direkte Lösung durch eine Änderung im FRITZ!OS ergeben, so erfolgt hierzu eine Lösung in einem der kommenden Updates.
quick'n'dirty Google translation (it's Sunday, I'm too lazy)
I have assumed her concern of my colleague Mr Kirst for further processing and forwarded its feedback and information for further analysis to the development department in our house. As soon as I find new insights or further questions about the behavior you observed, I will contact you again.

If, from the analysis of your data, a direct solution through a change in the FRITZ! OS will result in a solution in one of the upcoming updates.

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