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MoonWalker
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languagetool.org malfunction

Post by MoonWalker » 2021-04-07, 21:14

Looks like that guys broken something. Yesterday the site was working fine. Form and animations are not displayed.

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<source> element has no “src” attribute. Media resource load failed.  
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All candidate resources failed to load. Media load paused.  
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<source> element has no “src” attribute. Media resource load failed.  
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All candidate resources failed to load. Media load paused.  
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DOMException [SyntaxError: "'*:empty:not(br, hr)' is not a valid selector"
code: 12
nsresult: 0x8053000c
location: https://languagetool.org/js/_new/app.js?id=c07026da8d5532dc0236:1]  
app.js:1:1330053
SyntaxError: '*:empty:not(br, hr)' is not a valid selector  
app.js:1

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Re: languagetool.org malfunction

Post by vannilla » 2021-04-07, 22:09

MoonWalker wrote:
2021-04-07, 21:14
Yesterday the site was working fine.
Go yell at them, then. Neither Pale Moon nor Basilisk got any update yesterday.
Also, per MDN:
The ability to list more than one selector is experimental and not yet widely supported.
Why they had to do that from one day to another, is a mystery.

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Re: languagetool.org malfunction

Post by moonbat » 2021-04-08, 00:39

vannilla wrote:
2021-04-07, 22:09
Why they had to do that from one day to another, is a mystery.
No mystery, as I've said many times Chrome is just a make work program for web developers. There was never any need to keep changing a perfectly functioning website from day to day before.
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