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Graham Perrin

Diigolet 3.1b508 in Safari 4 Public Beta (5528.16) on Mac OS X: can not sign in: credentials apparently rejected - 47 views

Diigolet 3.1b508 WebKit Safari help guest kiosk cookie always gpd4

started by Graham Perrin on 26 Mar 09
  • Graham Perrin
     
    @ Diigo

    AFAIR, not 100% sure, I reported (and Diigo resolved) a similar bug a few months ago. If I find the relevant topic I'll reply here.
  • Maggie Tsai
     
    Noted - forward to engineer to try to reproduce this
  • Graham Perrin
     
    = Workaround =

    Safari | Preferences… | Security | Accept cookies:
    [*] Always


    = Suggestion =

    Tool tip, for the Sign in link within the toolbar of Diigolet
    3.1b508 or greater for Safari, should hint:

    > Security preferences for Safari must be relaxed to always accept cookies
  • Graham Perrin
     
    Maggie Tsai wrote:

    > Noted - forward to engineer to try to reproduce this

    Thanks. AFAICT now, a simple requirement to accept third party cookies.

    Most evident when using the Guest Account (kiosk environment that's integral to Mac OS X).

    In addition to the suggestion above (crossed paths with your message) re: tool tip for the Sign in link, there's the more general suggestion to clarify cookie requirements within the system requirements pages.
  • Graham Perrin
     
    @ Rick

    Thanks, messages crossed paths :)

    @ Diigo

    A parallel, third suggestion:

    * could a click on the Sign in link generate an ajax dialogue, a reminder re: cookies?

    I assume that such a dialogue could underlay (not overlay) the browser's authentication dialogue. Ideally offset towards the bottom of the window (if that's possible, I don't know ajax) so that there's no overlap between the two dialogues.

    I'm reminded of the dialogues that sometimes appear in Plone support fora, example:

    Thanks ImageShack!
  • Graham Perrin
     
    Rick Fan wrote:

    > sorry,
    >
    > see the picture.
    >

    Picture not visible here; it's presented as a question mark…

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