Tailszefox wrote:My apologies if this issue was reported before, but I don't think I saw it, so here goes.
From Firefox 23 onwards, if a page is loaded through HTTPS, Firefox will block all content that is called using HTTP. That means that anything on the page will be blocked if it's set to be loaded through a non-HTTPS URL.
What this means is that WME Toolbox is unable to get updated because it checks for updates from http://www.oyyodams.com/toolbox/checktoolboxversion.php . This means I get a warning about blocked content, and if I look at the console, I see the message "Blocked loading mixed active content http://www.oyyodams.com/toolbox/checktoolboxversion.php". Meaning Toolbox is unable to check for a new version.
Given that the extension is now a full-fledged browser extension with auto-updating in the browser, I assume it's not an issue anymore and it will be able to update regardless. If the extension is able to update itself, would it be possible to remove the check to not get this warning anymore? Or, if the check is still necessary, would there be a way to switch to HTTPS?
Thanks in advance.
OyyoDams wrote:Laurentwb wrote:Toolbox crashes on Chrome all the time.
What do you mean ?
Update: new version check hosted by dropbox to ensure https connection
Fix: bug with popups on new unsaved segments
Fix: bug with popups on no-name roundabouts
top_gun_de wrote:No web application should be able to crash your computer with a bluescreen, as the kernel and the drivers are isolated processes. Since Chrome uses graphics acceleration, it is probable that your graphics driver is faulty.