Carlos E. R. composed on 2017-10-29 16:07 (UTC+0100):
>>>> Yes, the error is triggered by my
environment, but it happens at the server,
>>>> because the server generates a different page for me.
>>> yes, but the problem would still be local.
server generating a different
>>> page because your client is requesting it.
>> I somehow doubt it.
> other browsers work, other users work, other
> faulty profile/config
> server provides what client requests
> client is requesting somthing odd
> client request is per profile/config
> otherwise other browsers/users/profiles would
provide the same undesired
> you said "the error is triggered by my
> yes, it does happen at the server but the server
is only providing what
> the client requests.
Ok, and how exactly can I find what my Firefox sends
that the server
dislikes? I can not look at the server logs.
I have not changed anything in my config recently.
But probably something you did resulted in a change to your cookies. Different
behaviors among different profiles or browsers is often due to cookies changing
or being disallowed or forgotten on shutdown. Close all windows & tabs for that
domain, delete its cookies, then try again.
FWIW, I'm not thrilled with the sometimes unpredictable/unintuitive behavior of
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