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    • #1726320 Reply

      Da Boss

      I’m seeing reports of bugs in Edge. The error messages say: SEC7120: [CORS] The origin ‘ms-appx-web://microsoft.microsoftedge’ failed to allow a cross
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    • #1726514 Reply

      Da Boss

      Looks like this was reported a while back, Feb 22nd 2019.
      A user was still encountering the issue on April 29th 2019..(within the link)

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      • #1727391 Reply

        AskWoody Plus

        According to that bug report, this bug exists in Windows 10 1809, too.


    • #1726757 Reply

      AskWoody Plus

      Looks like a font error on a particular site:

      CSS3119 The media query -ms-view-state has been deprecated.
      Your CSS contains an -ms-view-state media query.
      Use max-width and min-width.

      But no one uses Edge, right? Or 1903?

      How many reports about how many sites?

      It’s not all or most HTTPS sites.

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    • #1727190 Reply

      AskWoody Lounger

      Edge 76 works great.  As far as I’m concerned MS has already killed old Edge, without saying exactly that. It’s joining IE in the usual Microsoft long term death spiral, of which Windows Mobile is one of the more memorable MS product death spirals.


    • #1730903 Reply

      AskWoody Lounger

      Microsoft adopting Chromium and V8 probably means old Edge will not get the attention anymore. It’s always had stability problems since its inception. I use Firefox mostly and dabble with Edge Dev. version hoping it progresses enough to use regularly someday.

    • #1737195 Reply


      HTTPS sites work for me in both Edge and New Edge.

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