@brion I don't suppose you happen to be at all vers'd in the arcane wayes of ye MediaWiki Media Viewer?
It's suddenly claiming it can't display images, even though everything else seems to be able to access them just fine, and goggling error messages has so far only led me down a number of faded deer-paths.
@woozle that’s some scary paths ;) i’m not really familiar with that particular bit but i can try to help diagnose if possible!
@brion There's a possibility it's actually an api.php issue -- is that something you're more familiar with? I'm doing a debug-trace-log to figure out what's going on, and... the trace suddenly stops when it tries to get a new ApiMain... mysteeeerious [waggles fingers]. 🎩
@woozle hmm, could be a thing where somethign changed internally to ApiMain and had to be updated in MediaViewer -- are the versions in sync? (We're really bad about keeping old compatible versions synced, so latest is greatest.)
Feel free to drop error details by dm etc, I'll see if I can divine any details.
@brion I wasn't distinguishing between reload methods; I tried to do shift-reload whenever it mattered... but I may not have been 100% consistent.
The main distinction was:
wiki public, anon user: WORKS
wiki public, logged in: NO GO
...and of course it's not working for either of those with the wiki private, but I can't test it for anon user because anon user can't see anything at all.
Hmm, I suppose I could try whitelisting that page... not sure what that would tell me, but at this point I'm grasping at straws.
@woozle :( hmm, anything visible in the api requests & responses in network panel in dev tools?
@brion I need a quantum computer (and brain) so I can try All Of The Things at once...
No-go with the whitelist. Now testing current official 1.36 release of MMV. Then will see if I can figure out what's going on network-wise (good idea, that).
@brion There are some 304 codes, but I can't see that they're actually causing a problem. That said, I don't feel adequately educated on how to use that tool.
Newly-discovered weirdness, with the requisite pages whitelisted:
logged in: NO GO
logged out: NO GO
private window: works o.0
I've tried clearing cookies and stuff, but still it can somehow tell the difference between a browser that has been logged in and one that has never been logged in.
I should check under the couch for my mind; I've obviously lost it...
I should try with a fresh browser: check it anonymously, then log in and check it, then log out and check it again.
Giving up for now; I really just can't justify the time to look into this any further when I've got at least five other project-wolves at the door howling for attention.
(They've been waiting a long time now. They're hungry.)
It almost seems to be random: I went into a completely different browser, and now it won't work at all, under any circumstances as far as I can see.
It seems likely there's some confounding factor (a cache somewhere?) that is preventing me from reliably seeing the effects of changes that I make.
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