- create simplest html page
- add iframe code to someones chat in
- open it by using local server, with exact same path as below
- now open the same page and add query string like
so this page does work
this page will freeze latest chrome, and firefox
js-console doesn’t show anything related to the issue
the same thing works before this day
Try clearing the cache and reloading. I’ve seen something similar to this in chrome unrelated to Twitch chat. Sometimes stuff just derps up loading sometimes.
If you upload the source I’ll test it also, see if I can replicate the issue.
Looks like you’ve found a query string argument and value pair that causes hiccups somewhere. I tested a few variations and non long key/value pairs work ok.
Whats your use case for such a long key/value pair?
i have stream monitor page for chat subs donations followers etc, where i use query string for twitch oauth key and other custom parameters
My similar works fine, granted the first thing I do on return to application is not show a chat but store the OAUTH in a session and redirect back to the app without a query string attached…
(Saves leaving a valid query string on the screen or cached in my history)
Both of those load perfectly fine for me. Browser version? Extensions?
Weird as hell…
I wonder if it’s something weird in mixpanel and mixpanel is causing a hiccup, but when I blocked mixpanel same issue. (Can’t spare more time wacking this today myself)
I can actually replicate the freezing on my laptop (both with and without Ghostery blocking the trackers like mixpanel). The only difference is that I have some experimental flags enabled on my desktop so one of them must actually be fixing the issue somehow. I’m interested to find out which one…
and magically, it just works now FailFish
guess what? it magically stop works again FailFish
Hey guys, I work as a developer at Wix.com. We are suffering from the same issue and many users are complainig. When embedding the iFrame into an HTML file, if the file is too long or has a very long query string parameter, the browser tab hangs with 100% CPU usage.
Here is a reproducible link: http://ponya.co/aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.html
Any estimation on a fix?
Twitch staff are aware of this bug and there is an internal bug report concerning it. Unfortunately there’s no way to know when it will be fixed.
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