Prowlarr returns There was an error loading this page when I click on an app and other sites. When I disable proton pass, it works as usual. Any idea how to solve it?

Permission denied to access property "matches"
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  at toArray( (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/focus-lock/dist/es2015/utils/tabUtils.js:7:59)
  at parents.reduce(function (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/focus-lock/dist/es2015/utils/tabUtils.js:22:64)
  at parents.reduce(function (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/focus-lock/dist/es2015/utils/tabUtils.js:20:19)
  at getAllTabbableNodes (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/focus-lock/dist/es2015/utils/DOMutils.js:31:43)
  at getAllTabbableNodes (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/focus-lock/dist/es2015/focusMerge.js:37:41)
  at setFocus (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/focus-lock/dist/es2015/setFocus.js:21:34)
  at withinHost (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/react-focus-lock/dist/es2015/Trap.js:125:23)
  at lastTrap.returnFocus (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/react-focus-lock/dist/es2015/Trap.js:260:4)
  at reducePropsToState(mountedInstances.map(function (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/react-clientside-effect/lib/index.es.js:34:6)
  at componentDidUpdate (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/react-clientside-effect/lib/index.es.js:57:8)
  at Yi (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/react-dom/cjs/react-dom.production.min.js:219:501)
  at try{for (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/react-dom/cjs/react-dom.production.min.js:259:159)
  at unstable_next (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/scheduler/cjs/scheduler.production.min.js:18:342)
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  at jg (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/react-dom/cjs/react-dom.production.min.js:123:114)
  at unstable_next (webpack://prowlarr/node_modules/scheduler/cjs/scheduler.production.min.js:18:342)
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  • @thantik
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    3 months ago

    Proton Pass is a password manager? I’m failing to see why it has anything to do with a web service that you’re running. You should be asking in support for Proton Pass.

    • @douglasg14b
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      93 months ago

      The error posted in the app is from the website itself. It’s likely that the password manager is injecting something into the page which is causing errors.

      There are many ways for this to go wrong, it has nothing to do with the web service itself.

    • @[email protected]
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      Its breaking a shitload og stuff on Firefox right now…I can’t reliably use my home assistant interface with it enabled, onshape won’t load CAD models and I can’t use drop-down menus on a lot of sites.

      I don’t know what the hell they did, but it’s breaking everything.

  • @[email protected]
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    3 months ago

    Any idea how to solve it?

    Switch to Bitwarden or wait it out until they fix it I guess.

  • Krafting
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    93 months ago

    Does proton pass have a feature that add an icon in the text field to auto fill the form? If yes try disabling that ?

    • @[email protected]OP
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      3 months ago

      Not that I’m aware of. I can’t find anything in the settings either

      Edit: yes it adds an icon.

    • @Alk
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      113 months ago

      Does bitwarden allow me to automatically create a new randomized email address for every new saved login I create, that forwards to my secret main address? That’s the main thing that’s keeping me with Proton. Every online account is a different email. When I start getting spam because one leaked, I simply delete that email address, problem solved. Something like the Gmail plus thing doesn’t work since I can’t arbitrarily delete an alias that way when I want to.

        • @bandwidthcrisis
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          33 months ago

          From looking over that page, it looks like they explain how to use such aliases, but don’t provide an alias service themselves, which it looks like Proton Pass does.

          • @Ugurcan
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            13 months ago

            Proton Pass is just another service, as much as Firefox Relay is.

            • @bandwidthcrisis
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              13 months ago

              Someone said

              Does bitwarden allow me to automatically create a new randomized email address for every new saved login

              And I’m questioning that based on the page in the “yes” link reply, suggesting that the provided page is not evidence that they do.

              I don’t follow how your reply relates to that.

        • @[email protected]
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          33 months ago

          Note that the “plus” suffix doesn’t hide your real email, that’s a small but notable difference. I could well see websites parsing for +… patterns and removing them before selling your data.

          • @Alk
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            13 months ago

            Plus you can’t arbitrarily delete them to nuke an entire website account if you wanted to.

        • @Alk
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          3 months ago

          Not quite the same as Proton, you have to use your own domain and set all that up, and I already mentioned the plus thing isn’t an option for obvious reasons. Still good, but not quite as good.

      • @[email protected]
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        3 months ago

        I have a domain with a catchall email address and just make up something random myself every time I’m signing up for a new site.

    • @d_ohlin
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      This is the way lol

  • @[email protected]
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    23 months ago

    I reported the bug to Proton support and they said they are investigating but suggested I uninstall and reinstall the extension. I did and lo, my forms started working again. I can recommend you try to uninstall and reinstall too (disabling it was not enough).

  • Possibly linux
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    3 months ago

    Isn’t that a program that is used for piracy? That seems like a reasonable thing to break for legal reasons.

    Edit: it seems like a bug

    • @Alk
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      183 months ago

      By your metrics, possiblylinix127, Linux is also a system that is used for piracy. I can do piracy on Linux. That makes it illegal!

        • @Alk
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          53 months ago

          Managing my blu ray library. Among other things. What are you using Linux for that isn’t piracy?

        • @[email protected]
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          23 months ago

          Managing a legally procured library of media. Piracy is not the only way to get digital music, movies, and books.

        • @[email protected]
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          13 months ago

          I actually use Lidarr for managing CDs I’ve ripped myself. It helped me convert a mess of files with nonsensical names into a nice clean directory structure, plus I can track which albums I’ve got vs which ones I’m missing.

    • @wreckedcarzz
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      3 months ago

      How to display the fact that you didn’t do any double-checking before posting 101. It takes 5 seconds to do a search query, cmon.

      All the *arr programs are usually file-sharing related, but come on. Quit your finger-wagging.

        • @[email protected]
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          63 months ago

          Nope, there is no legal risk to a password manager because someone used it to fill a password in on a program for piracy.

    • Melmi
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      Why would a random browser extension take it upon itself to snoop on your traffic to ensure that the websites you’re using can’t be used for illegal things, and then intentionally break it if it detects something it thinks it’s illegitimate? That’s a huge breach of privacy. It’s just malware at that point. It’s not like a court of law would hold your browser extensions responsible for your piracy. That’s like blaming a cup holder because the car was used in a robbery.

      No, I think this is just a bug. Especially since people have reported that the extension breaks other websites too.