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Teslamotors and Chrome - no good?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by sp4rk, May 2, 2013.

  1. sp4rk

    sp4rk Banned

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    Fired up teslamotors.com this am and it's "dead". Nothing. Source code blank. On 3 different computers.

    Works fine on FF, IE ... bug in cookies? And Chrome?

    Anyone else have this problem?

    Ok, worse ... in IE service center screens also "dead".

    We can always hope they're, among other things:

    - adding new Supercharger locations?
    - removing the disingenuous home page $500 banner
     
  2. ohaq

    ohaq Model S #P9,326

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    #2 ohaq, May 2, 2013
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    yup, I can open in Ie but not in chrome. It was fine this morning.

    Update: Cleared the cache and the page loaded, as soon as I log in, everything goes white. Same problem in IE
     
  3. JRP3

    JRP3 Hyperactive Member

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    Working for me in Chrome and FF.
     
  4. Krugerrand

    Krugerrand Active Member

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    It's not disingenuous. It's a different life perspective and where value is placed.
     
  5. Zextraterrestrial

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    I was expecting flaking chrome or something ;)
     
  6. Objective1

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    It hung up in Firefox earlier today.
     
  7. mknox

    mknox Well-Known Member

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    ...never had or seen an issue with Chrome running on Windows XP and Windows 7 machines.
     
  8. sp4rk

    sp4rk Banned

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    It's back working in Chrome.
    And IE and everything.
    Odd how they would (presumably) bring it down for maintenance? Yet not make it browser agnostic?
     
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    toto_48313 CAN P #5

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    As long as it works in your Tesla, I don't see an issue here :tongue:
     
  10. brianman

    brianman Burrito Founder

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    Now might be a good time to reflect on the pain involved in browser development when the content is unstable almost by definition.
     

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