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Re: Checking local web pages with LibreJS

From: Svetlana Tkachenko
Subject: Re: Checking local web pages with LibreJS
Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2019 12:41:13 +1100
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Hi John

John Scott <address@hidden> написал(а):
> On Saturday, November 9, 2019 10:51:24 PM EST you wrote:
> > It would be nice to have steps how to reproduce this. From your description
> > it sounds like...
> > 
> > 1. Open http://localhost/somedir/ in Firefox with LibreJS installed
> > Expected result:
> > 1. LibreJS checks are performed with any JavaScript which is being loaded
> > Actual result:
> > 1. LibreJS pays no attention to JavaScript being loaded
> > 
> > Is this correct?
> Yes, you've got it. 


1) Please check http://sveta.uk.to:2018/~svetlana/test/testLocal.html without 
downloading it - GNU LibreJS says 'one accepted script' (trivial). Does it say 
this to you as well?
2) When I download it and open as a file:// URI, it says nothing. Is this also 
the case for you?
3) I can't test it on a web-server until a few hours later tonight. If you 
download that page into your web-server directory, and open it in a new tab, 
what does LibreJS tell you?

> Another thing I've noticed is that—especially if I open 
> the page in another tab and refresh—sometimes the green checkmark on the 
> LibreJS icon will sporadically come back and go away.

How often does this occur? If you open ten new tabs, will one of them fail? Or 
only one out of a hundred?


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