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HypersomniacLive: Anyone else not getting links to changelogs on game pages, or is it just me?
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HypersomniacLive: Actually, I just noticed that, besides the MaGog link, none of the AF features on game pages work - it doesn't show at all, and I don't get the USD price comparison either.

Curiouser and curiouser.
And this is back again today, was fine last I had checked in a couple of days ago.

*sigh*
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HypersomniacLive: Actually, I just noticed that, besides the MaGog link, none of the AF features on game pages work - it doesn't show at all, and I don't get the USD price comparison either.

Curiouser and curiouser.
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HypersomniacLive: And this is back again today, was fine last I had checked in a couple of days ago.

*sigh*
Any errors in the console?
If nothing is working it's likely something has gone wrong halfway through and the script has crashed before the rest of the features could load...
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adaliabooks: Any errors in the console?
If nothing is working it's likely something has gone wrong halfway through and the script has crashed before the rest of the features could load...
Forgot to check the console, but why would the script crash all of a sudden?

Funny thing - everything's fine today.
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adaliabooks: Any errors in the console?
If nothing is working it's likely something has gone wrong halfway through and the script has crashed before the rest of the features could load...
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HypersomniacLive: Forgot to check the console, but why would the script crash all of a sudden?

Funny thing - everything's fine today.
It's GOG, could be anything...
Something necessary failed to load, angular crashed, a variable in the script wasn't what it was expected to be...

Of course if it was persistent (even for just a short while) that makes a one off bug unlikely I suppose.
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adaliabooks: It's GOG, could be anything...
Something necessary failed to load, angular crashed, a variable in the script wasn't what it was expected to be...

Of course if it was persistent (even for just a short while) that makes a one off bug unlikely I suppose.
I didn't exactly time it, nor can I tell when exactly things went back to normal (wasn't on, so didn't check), but it sure persisted for as long I was logged in each time, something around an hour or so.

Either way, bleh.