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Firefox 6.2.0 not compatible with Firefox Developer Edition

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I'm trying to clip web pages in Firefox Developer Edition 49.0a2 to a local notebook and I get a dialog that says "No internet Connection". I have no other extensions installed and I'm running Windows 7.

Any ideas?

[2016-08-01 14:02:21 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Error: {}
[2016-08-01 14:02:21 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Error: {}
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Widget:Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Toolbar. Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Toolbar. Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Toolbar. Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Toolbar. Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Toolbar. Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Toolbar. Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Toolbar. Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Toolbar. Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Toolbar. Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Toolbar. Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Toolbar. Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Toolbar. Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:10 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Warning: "Toolbar. Opts changed", "native"
[2016-08-01 14:03:16 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Exception: {}
[2016-08-01 14:13:58 GMT-0400 (Eastern Standard Time)] Error: "WebClip.getTitle: article not initialized"

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Firefox is normally pretty good at checking extensions and disabling any that won't work.  I'm on Fx 48.0 and clipper currently works for me.  Is it feasible to email these pages to your account rather than clipping them?  (Not available for Basic accounts) Or print the page(s) to PDF and attach the PDF files?

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I only have basic for now, and I could print to PDF and attach, or just run an older version of firefox portable with clipper installed.

I would just prefer to not have to leave my browser every time I want to clip, but I do have a workaround, just thought I would mention the issues here to let devs know about it.

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On 01.08.2016 at 9:27 PM, c.trauma said:

I'm trying to clip web pages in Firefox Developer Edition 49.0a2 to a local notebook and I get a dialog that says "No internet Connection"

Same here. Now version of Firefox Dev Edition is 51.0a2, but still "No internet connection" when clipping.

The latest version of web clipper (6.9.3) from https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/evernote-web-clipper/versions/

could not be installed: "The add on downloaded from this site could not be installed because it appears to be corrupt"

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On 2016-08-01 at 8:27 PM, c.trauma said:

I'm trying to clip web pages in Firefox Developer Edition 49.0a2 to a local notebook and I get a dialog that says "No internet Connection". I have no other extensions installed and I'm running Windows 7.

 

Same here. Worked perfectly for a few days, then today, for no apparent reason, I got that "No internet connection" error. Tried to reinstall, can't login at all now, "Unknown error", it says. You finally released a real clipper for Firefox (and I guess that delay was Firefox fault), but it does seem to be full of bugs like these.

I don't know if you hate Firefox or if it's hard to work with, but I would really appreciate someone looking into this, especially since a bunch of people has the same problem. I've seen a lot of threads on this forum and others over a long period of time. And no, using the old version of the Evernote Clipper isn't a solution (if that works, like the post above me claims). That Clipper was the whole reason I was forced to use Chrome for several years because it didn't have enough functionality.

Edit: After 3-4 reinstalls and restarts of Firefox, I was finally able to login and clip again. I can't tell you why, but clearly, something isn't right, so most of my post still stands in my mind.

Edited by Daniel Persson
Just got it working again (at least temporary)

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