User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.3a) Gecko/20021212 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.3a) Gecko/20021212 (the site is on danish) When I try to login to the site, it sayes that my browser do not support cookies, and I should turn this feature on before proceeding. When I try on Internet Explorer, it dosn't complain. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Entering http://heroes.jubii.dk/, and hitting enter 2. Writing my user and my password, and hitting enter 3. Here I get the error message from http://heroes.jubii.dk Actual Results: A text was displayed, telling me how to add cookies (in MSIE), and that I couldn't login without cookie support. Expected Results: Made it compatible I have MSIE 6 installed as well
What are your settings for cookies in preferencs?
Never ind that question.. confirming the issue. I registered and tried to log in with same result as reporter. Setting is to allow all cookies. Smells like evang.
Or perhap a bad web scripting....
Well, this cire definitly have bad scripting for object WFM. But seems that cookies support check's into some asp - server side code.
Am having the same problem with build 2003032308 (but only began to occur somewhere in the past couple of nightly builds, first noticed this a.m. on sites that previously worked with no problem). I.e., http://www.usbank.com, click on Internet Banking. Even with "accept all cookies" setting, message returned is the "You must have cookies enabled...blah, blah, blah" so cookie support seems somewho broken in the most recent build(s).
I have build 2003032408. The cause of this cookie problem on recent builds is the "Disable cookies for Mail and News" option. Unfortunately, if that option is turned on, it also randomly disables cookies for web sites as well.
Looks like this is fixed in 2003032508
I take that back.. still broken in 2003032508.
the "disable cookies for mailnews" bug was fixed yesterday - try using today's trunk. i'll investigate the original report, and try rolling a cookie log to see what's up. thanks for confirming, RK.
reporter: i'm unable to verify because the site is behaving strangely for me (timeouts, incomplete data etc). could you (or RKAa) please generate a cookie log for the site? instructions for win32 can be found at http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=193951#c1.
It dosn't write anything in the error log, even though I tried 3 times (completing the steps in the instruction everytime). Sometimes the server is under a heavy load, this could cause the timeouts. (another question, not in connection with this bug - How do I change build?)
Ruslan: you do see the site complain about cookies being disabled though, right? Doesn't look like the log is going to help much here... I'll see if I can look into it more.
I can confirm this on the latest build. I use the ASP/VBSCript object MSWC.BrowserType to detect if cookies are supported, and in both Mozilla and Firebird i get the same result. Simple ASP script for checking this: Set browsercheck = Server.CreateObject("MSWC.BrowserType") cookiesupport = browsercheck.cookies Response.Write cookiesupport This says "false" when I run it. I also have all cookies turned on, and it works in IE/Opera - and it worked nicely before.
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