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Chrome Web Clipper Crashes

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Test webpage:http://www.kurzweilai.net/you-can-now-be-identified-by-your-brainprint-with-100-accuracy

Crash Report: 

00:29:41 GMT-0700 (PDT) (LOG) /background.html: Went offline. at /js/main/Extension.js:4:3792
00:29:45 GMT-0700 (PDT) (LOG) /background.html: Went online. at /js/main/Extension.js:4:3866
01:03:00 GMT-0700 (PDT) (LOG) /background.html: Went offline. at /js/main/Extension.js:4:3792
01:03:04 GMT-0700 (PDT) (LOG) /background.html: Went online. at /js/main/Extension.js:4:3866
09:25:19 GMT-0700 (PDT) (ERROR) /background.html: [object XMLHttpRequestProgressEvent]
    at n (/js/main/SidebarBackground.js:2:5681)
    at XMLHttpRequest.g.onerror (/thrift/thrift-binary.js:2:7250)
09:25:19 GMT-0700 (PDT) (ERROR) /background.html: [object XMLHttpRequestProgressEvent]
    at n (/js/main/SidebarBackground.js:2:5681)
    at XMLHttpRequest.g.onerror (/thrift/thrift-binary.js:2:7250)
09:25:24 GMT-0700 (PDT) (WARN) http://www.kurzweilai.net/you-can-now-be-identified-by-your-brainprint-with-100-accuracy: Some frames seem stuck, continuing with what we've got.
    at b (/content/frame_loader.js:2:375)
09:25:25 GMT-0700 (PDT) (ERROR) /background.html: http://www.kurzweilai.net/you-can-now-be-identified-by-your-brainprint-with-100-accuracyundefined{"isTrusted":true}
    at i (/js/main/Submitter.js:2:2602)
    at XMLHttpRequest.g.onerror (/thrift/thrift-binary.js:2:7250)

Web Clipper version 6.8 (f50be2d/1.1.0.926)

Chrome 49.0.2623.112 (64-bit)

Has happened on three different web pages

 

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I was getting the same error.  I fixed it by signing out of the extension and then back in again:

Right click the clip icon > Options > Sign out (next to your name).

It will prompt to sign in again when you next try to clip.

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Thanks Jenga - I've been struggling with this for weeks and your comment sorted it out straightaway! 

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On 25/4/2016 at 15:08, Jenga dijo:

I was getting the same error.  I fixed it by signing out of the extension and then back in again:

Right click the clip icon > Options > Sign out (next to your name).

It will prompt to sign in again when you next try to clip.

thankss man, finally....

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To fix this crash, we published 6.8.1 about an hour ago. 

Let me know how it works for you.

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