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March 13, 2020 at 3:12 am #3768koopParticipant
The manifest.json @ line 15 & 21 sets the path to css/styles.css but there is no /css folder. In Firefox 73.0.1 64-bit this causes the extension to appear quickly installed but does not function at all. In Chrome 80.0.3987.132 64-bit throws errors ‘Could not load css for content script’ & ‘Could not load manifedt’.
Fix is obvious, add a css folder and put styles.css in it. Or remove ‘css/’ from before styles.css in the manifest. Do you all have a GitHub page I could start a pull request?
March 13, 2020 at 3:21 am #3769koopParticipant
- This topic was modified 2 years, 11 months ago by admin. Reason: FIXED
BTW, good work on the extension. I like what it does and I think it has a lot of potential. I had no problems installing version 1.11.3 from the Chrome extension store. My only complaint is that on PornHub I can’t reach the play, pause, time slider without it going into the corner so the only place I can control playback is from the corner unless I go full-screen making wide and tall players not very functionalMarch 21, 2020 at 5:18 pm #3770
Thank you so much for the feedback, koop. We have a private git repo on bit bucket. We’re not sharing it publicly (yet).
Don’t worry though, I am going to fix the shit out of this for you very soon and push an update.
I haven’t seen this error yet myself, are you saying you did not get this error installing from Chrome Store but you did get it installing manually in chrome?
1.11.3 runs OK for me in Chrome.
March 21, 2020 at 5:30 pm #3777
Holy shit just realized we did not post 1.11.3 for manual install. Wow, sorry about that.
Just posted 1.11.3 on the manual install page now. Let me know if that works for ya!March 21, 2020 at 5:45 pm #3778
OK just posted 1.11.4 to manual and chrome webstore. You’re right the CSS file path was wrong. There is a CSS file, it just isn’t in /css/. I guess it almost was.
Anyway, give 1.11.4 a try, it’s live on the site now for manual install and will be up in the chrome web store in a few days whenever they finish reviewing it.
Thanks again for the bug report. Stay safe!March 21, 2020 at 6:37 pm #3785
@koop For the 2nd issue-
Did you try zooming out (CTRL -) ? Temporary fix maybe… That will allow you to fit the whole bar or whole player in the screen without scrolling…
For an actual fix, I’m still not sure entirely what’s happening but it sounds like you have to scroll down in order to reach the play controls? They should be accessible without scrolling on desktop…
I know we have way more buttons now than we used to, so they’re getting pretty long and are going off the bottom of the screen on some screens. I assume that’s the real root of the issue.
But let me know if you can clarify if that’s what the issue is.
ThanksApril 12, 2020 at 12:11 pm #3793
Thanks again for the bug report and Feedback. I’m going to go ahead and close out this ticket as resolved, since the main issue in the title is fixed – the new version was released by Chrome store and seems to be OK now.
Please open up a new thread with the other feedback if you’d like us to pursue it and we’ll be happy to dig into it!
PS: Bug Fix noted in this post for the 1.11.4 release:
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