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  1. Hi there, Lately, while having Evernote Web Clipper (EWC) installed in my browser, if I visit a Jira board I systematically get an error displayed by Jira telling "SyntaxError: Unexpected token". I faced it initially with my browser of choice: (Chromium-based) Vivaldi, but I'm also able to reproduce with Google Chrome. In both cases: if EWC extension is disabled: no error is displayed when visiting a Jira board. if EWC extension is enabled : a systematic error is displayed by Jira: a popup window with red border and message "An error occurred", clicking on "Details" shows: Please try refreshing the page, or contact your administrator / Atlassian Support if the problem continues. Details Exception: Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token ) Resource: https://jira.oodrive.net/secure/RapidBoard.jspa?rapidView=588&selectedIssue=AC-2638 Line: 1 Column: 2 Environment Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/68.0.3440.106 Safari/537.36 Stack trace SyntaxError: Unexpected token ) at Object.parse (https://jira.oodrive.net/s/deef7bdc6295b1e7528d2d51419f1569-CDN/en_UKi1k89m/71013/85cc369448ce7c5d570576ececfab009/bea579341b7e51d6eb50488c4fdf0df4/_/download/contextbatch/js/greenhopper-rapid-non-gadget,atl.general,gh-rapid,jira.global,jira.project.sidebar,jira.general,-_super/batch.js?agile_global_admin_condition=true&is-server-instance=true&jag=true&jaguser=true&locale=en-UK&nps-acknowledged=true&nps-not-opted-out=true&tempo_is_jira_version_equal_or_greater_than_7.0.0=true&tempo_is_tempo_core_licensed=false:11880:1375) at Object. (https://jira.oodrive.net/s/deef7bdc6295b1e7528d2d51419f1569-CDN/en_UKi1k89m/71013/85cc369448ce7c5d570576ececfab009/bea579341b7e51d6eb50488c4fdf0df4/_/download/contextbatch/js/greenhopper-rapid-non-gadget,atl.general,gh-rapid,jira.global,jira.project.sidebar,jira.general,-_super/batch.js?agile_global_admin_condition=true&is-server-instance=true&jag=true&jaguser=true&locale=en-UK&nps-acknowledged=true&nps-not-opted-out=true&tempo_is_jira_version_equal_or_greater_than_7.0.0=true&tempo_is_tempo_core_licensed=false:11874:970) at j (https://jira.oodrive.net/s/9d34ea99a8588a07a59556232d11d95c-CDN/en_UKi1k89m/71013/85cc369448ce7c5d570576ececfab009/0c798f90b1a61deafa1d5193fc512be9/_/download/contextbatch/js/_super/batch.js?atlassian.aui.raphael.disabled=true&locale=en-UK:38:58) at Object.fireWith [as resolveWith] (https://jira.oodrive.net/s/9d34ea99a8588a07a59556232d11d95c-CDN/en_UKi1k89m/71013/85cc369448ce7c5d570576ececfab009/0c798f90b1a61deafa1d5193fc512be9/_/download/contextbatch/js/_super/batch.js?atlassian.aui.raphael.disabled=true&locale=en-UK:39:361) at d (https://jira.oodrive.net/s/9d34ea99a8588a07a59556232d11d95c-CDN/en_UKi1k89m/71013/85cc369448ce7c5d570576ececfab009/0c798f90b1a61deafa1d5193fc512be9/_/download/contextbatch/js/_super/batch.js?atlassian.aui.raphael.disabled=true&locale=en-UK:164:292) at XMLHttpRequest.b (https://jira.oodrive.net/s/9d34ea99a8588a07a59556232d11d95c-CDN/en_UKi1k89m/71013/85cc369448ce7c5d570576ececfab009/0c798f90b1a61deafa1d5193fc512be9/_/download/contextbatch/js/_super/batch.js?atlassian.aui.raphael.disabled=true&locale=en-UK:176:149) Looking for this error on Atlassian support pages, I found: Accessing Jira Software boards in browsers returns SyntaxError: Unexpected token error. From this article, the culprit is the "Grammarly" extension. However, I don't use this latter, so disabling my extensions 1 by 1 I ended up to figure out that this was EWC the culprit in my case. I guess it should be due to a recent change in EWC, as I have it installed for years, and faced this Jira issue only for 2 or 3 months. Repro info: Vivaldi 1.16.1259.3 (Official Build) (32-bit) Chrome 68.0.3440.106 (Official Build) (64-bit) EWC 7.4.2.2-c3b4956, logs attached Hoping you'll be able to fix this in a future release. Thanks in advance! Jean-Marc ewc.log
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