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Has anyone come across this error message? I am using Chrome Canary (Version 86.0.4238.2 (Official Build) canary (64-bit)).

Suddenly appeared when I tried to open Evernote Web in Chrome Canary (it used to work before). If I switch to standard Chrome I have no difficulties opening Evernote Web.

 

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 I guess something got updated and the block slammed down.  If a system restart doesn't fix this, try setting up a new profile in the browser.  If that doesn't help,  you need to start fiddling with settings to try and find a cure...

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Hi. I've also been having this problem since moving to the EverNote Web V6.18 version. The message appears even after daily re-boots. Using the web version of EverNote on Win8 laptop and Firefox 80.0.1 (64-bit) in private mode.

I'd love to know which browser settings are causing the problem.

The new version of EverNote works using Chrome in incognito mode.

(Could this be a strategy to get people to use Google products?)

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On 9/8/2020 at 10:51 AM, arrivisto said:

I'd love to know which browser settings are causing the problem.

Hi.  Unless someone else is willing to post their individual fix,  you're unlikely to get more on this.  We're a -mainly- user-supported forum;  there's no special inside knowledge here,  just long... bitter... experience....

On 9/8/2020 at 10:51 AM, arrivisto said:

(Could this be a strategy to get people to use Google products?)

Don't see that Evernote would care much...

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Would love to know if anyone got this sorted out. This is a problem for me on Vivaldi, as well. Reboot does the trick, but as soon as I close and reopen the browser, I'm blocked again. At this point I don't know if the problem is the newest version of Evernote or Vivaldi.

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5 minutes ago, Felix Hemanth said:

I tried reboot and still the same issue. I think this could be a bug.

Reboot doesn't fix it? It does mine, but only for one browser session. I'm using Vivaldi as a browser. I don't have this problem in Firefox.

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1 minute ago, gozzilla78 said:

Just would like to add that the same happens to me, on latest stable Chromium on Linux Mint 20, ThinkPad W530. Evernote Web works fine on other Chromium machines I have, including other Linux machines. Very odd!

The plot thickens. Annoying problem. I've been keeping my browser open after a reboot, but obviously that won't work forever. Very mysterious issue, this.

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4 hours ago, LaFlamme said:

The plot thickens. Annoying problem. I've been keeping my browser open after a reboot, but obviously that won't work forever. Very mysterious issue, this.

a quick update: this morning I refreshed snapd and found an update for Chromium (on Linux Mint 20 here) -- fingers crossed, but it everything seems to be back to normal (did I mentioned issues with Gmail too? yesterday I could only use Gmail's legacy HTML interface...)

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1 minute ago, gozzilla78 said:

a quick update: this morning I refreshed snapd and found an update for Chromium (on Linux Mint 20 here) -- fingers crossed, but it everything seems to be back to normal (did I mentioned issues with Gmail too? yesterday I could only use Gmail's legacy HTML interface...)

So, that implies that it's a browser thing, right? Makes me think I should be checking for Vivaldi updates. Something in Evernote's latest release must have broken it for certain browsers. Evernote goes years without giving me any grief, but I use it so much, that any grief at all is going to be life impacting. Glad you got yours sorted, anyway.

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3 hours ago, arekszmuc said:

I had the same problem. The chrome upgrade did not fix it, but reboot after chrome upgrade helped (on Ubuntu 20.04).

But if you shut down the browser and start it back up, does it still work? Mine doesn't survive a restart.

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For what it's worth, today I popped open my browser (Vivaldi) and Evernote web was working fine. I have no idea what fixed it. There have been no Vivaldi updates, so I suppose it must have been on the EN end of things. Whatever. Happy to have it back again, but still waiting for the Linux client.

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Somebody is blocking EN. So why not ask this somebody ?

Or switch the browser. EN web client is running fine on many browsers, one can not expect it to run on any browser. Some browsers may lack certain capabilities, others may use security features that stop EN from executing. EN can not make sure each browser developer is up to the job.

If you want this commented by EN, you can issue a support ticket, and Post the answer here.

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23 minutes ago, PinkElephant said:

Somebody is blocking EN. So why not ask this somebody ?

Or switch the browser. EN web client is running fine on many browsers, one can not expect it to run on any browser. Some browsers may lack certain capabilities, others may use security features that stop EN from executing. EN can not make sure each browser developer is up to the job.

If you want this commented by EN, you can issue a support ticket, and Post the answer here.

Why you say that with such a patronizing tone? We're speaking about Chromium stable here my friend, not some obscure browser. I imagine (or should I say, I hope??) that all developers are full-steam working on resolving much more pressing issues with other versions, so would like to avoid as much as possible to issue one more ticket in this dramatic moment for our beloved EN...

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27 minutes ago, PinkElephant said:

Somebody is blocking EN. So why not ask this somebody ?

Or switch the browser. EN web client is running fine on many browsers, one can not expect it to run on any browser. Some browsers may lack certain capabilities, others may use security features that stop EN from executing. EN can not make sure each browser developer is up to the job.

If you want this commented by EN, you can issue a support ticket, and Post the answer here.

Well, I could understand if it simply failed to work in Vivaldi, but for many years, it worked just fine. We're offered this vague message about our browser configuration, but no hints at all about what part of that configuration might be contributing to the issue. It's just odd.

 

1 minute ago, gozzilla78 said:

Why you say that with such a patronizing tone? We're speaking about Chromium stable here my friend, not some obscure browser. I imagine (or should I say, I hope??) that all developers are full-steam working on resolving much more pressing issues with other versions, so would like to avoid as much as possible to issue one more ticket in this dramatic moment for our beloved EN...

Exactly this. Nobody's really crying about this problem, but it's damn strange, considering EN web has worked for years without issue and suddenly there's this ominous warning about browser configurations. For me, this thread was helpful just in letting me know that it wasn't my problem alone. I'm inclined to wait it out, but it's always good to hear what experiences others are having.

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@gozzilla78 Sorry, wasn’t meant offending.

When I last used the web client on one of my Raspberry Pi’s using the preinstalled Chromium, everything worked just fine. So I assume that it is not the simple combination of EN + Chromium causing problems. Nobody knows your setting, your extensions, etc.

You again assume that there must be something fixed by EN. And I again assume there may be nothing to fix on their side.

So we agree to disagree. Hope it starts working for you again. 

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Browser issues are nothing really new.

Web content develops, browsers develop, OSes are changed. Sometimes a minor change can cause an active browser content like the web client to stall. When Safari 13 got released 1 year ago, we had to go for weeks without web clipper. It worked on Firefox and Chrome, so it was obvious that the issue was related to Safari.

If you want to bring this to the attention of EN, the way to do it is a support ticket. I doubt somebody is filtering this thread and says „Oh look, there is a Vivaldi problem we need to fix“.

If the devs at EN are overwhelmed or sitting idle does not concern me. I think they know how to manage their backlog.

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For those who may be interested. As I said, it's only on one Linux box that I experience these blocks. It worked three times now (kinda reproducible behavior) if I first "killall" chromium processes from terminal, and then relaunch Chromium. Hope this helps.

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11 minutes ago, gozzilla78 said:

For those who may be interested. As I said, it's only on one Linux box that I experience these blocks. It worked three times now (kinda reproducible behavior) if I first "killall" chromium processes from terminal, and then relaunch Chromium. Hope this helps.

Interesting. I'll give that a go the next time it happens. Right now, it's working for me. This morning, it didn't. Goofy.

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22 hours ago, SurJames3 said:

Getting the same error message on Firefox as well. And, just for more fun, after the 10 upgrade, I can see my notes in the side panel, view their history, but I am unable to open any notes at all - just get a blank white page.

Man. This problem went away for me after a while without explanation. I'm pretty sure nothing I did is what fixed it. Must have been an update on either the EN or browser end. Who knows. Mysterious stuff. Hope you get it sorted.

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I worked with the new web version all the time. But suddenly this message appeared and now I can't switch to the new version again.

It happened from one minute to the other, without any browser or system update, in the same browser session.

Version 89.0.4389.90 (Offizieller Build) (64-Bit) under Linux

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