As reported here, offline function seems to not be working. Have tried multiple browsers, connections and devices. Nothing working. Also there is no information on how to review “Network Error” that is occurring.
Any guidance on how to de-bug this, or follow up would be helpful.
I have tried on two other Windows machines, and two different internet connections, and one andriod device in the last 4 months, everytime it has failed. This is the only time I have noted the device and browser ect.
Thanks for @Sunyo for the old offline site link, that may be the only reasonable option at the moment. Shame, as this was a very useful feature, not all of us have access to the internet, and is good to be able to be without, as a monk that is.
Hope this bug is resolved.
Duplication; but here is the results again of the error:
Y’all are not going to like this, but this feature has been there for many years now, and whenever I test it, it works just fine. It just did it again on a new machine, and yep there it is.
Computers are complicated, and I’m sorry it doesn’t work for you. In my experience, the problems are likely:
corrupted cache (make sure to completely erase if you have a problem before trying again)
configuration (some setting on your computer or browser)
lack of local storage space (especially a problem on mobiles).
old or unsupported browser (for this, I would recommend the latest Chrome; Firefox and Safari should work, but PWA support is better in Chrome.)
some OS incompatibility (I’m using Ubuntu, and none of our developers use Windows as a daily driver, so there may be some issue there.)
There’s no need to tell me that none of these things apply: something applies, so if it’s not these it’s something else.
Having said this, I did notice a small bug in the offline version, so we will fix this at some point. At the moment our developer is working hard on a major new feature, so unless someone wants to step up and do the work, we won’t be able to do it any time soon. Maybe later in the year.
I’ll make an issue for this, and add this thread to it so we can review at that point.
Just to note Bhante; that the errored addresses if you go to such as:
produce an error code |||
| — | — |
|message|“Internal Server Error”| 500
Maybe it is as simple as something to do with the 4 SA addresses.
When I go to the …/sa101-200?view=normal it shows an offline page, anyhow the errors are always the same, so I guess they are failing on these api links.
So maybe linux dosn’t bother with these errors but other systems do. But I have tried for months now on andriod and windows and no once I have got it working, tried all mentioned suggestions. Setting up linux is a little extreme and time consuming.