Chrome browser won't load Tablo on Win10

I can’t get the Chrome browser on Win10 to load Tablo. The reload page icon cycles endlessly. I have cleared all the browser settings and disabled all extensions to no avail. MS-Edge browser works fine. Win10 web app works fine.

My chrome 113.0.5672.93 works fine on windows 10 and regular chrome window

Try instead.

Didn’t work. Typing http instead of https, the browser reverts to https.

Always use HTTPS is a chrome privacy setting that can be turned ON and OFF.

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I loathe the “privacy setting” moniker. Google has strong opinions with regards to standards violations, well, because they believe they alone are the standard.

Ah! Yep, t’was the always use HTTPS thing in chrome’s privacy settings as detailed above. Found it and turned it off in Chrome. All good now. Thanks for the ejumakatshun!

Well fudge. Problem has returned in chrome and turning off “Always use secure connections” in chrome settings doesn’t fix it anymore. Currently googling a new solution while I use the app instead. Version 118.0.5993.71 (Official Build) (64-bit)

I have that problem with Chrome as well. Other browsers work, as does their Windows app. The Tablo folks changed something on their end a few weeks ago. Strangely, Chrome still works for some folks but not others. I’m using their Windows app, because Chrome is my primary browser.

Found the new fix (by djk44883)…

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As noted previously in that topic, it’s screwy. I have [at least] 2 systems with virtually the same configurations and a Chromebook. Just one encountered this. Never changed anything as best as I can recall beyond update/upgrades.

Some have rediciouls struggles, others have hassles, some with annoying issues. A few see nothing wrong.

The best option I can find is to avoid a browser backed by a giant advertising, data collection behemoth corporation. Firefox has never had an issue which I’m aware of.

Avoid a company that “decides” what you can or cannot do with existing established standards.

Google’s hubris has gotten to the point where they feel they can dictate reality.

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As once Microsoft had done, in the consumer era. Google once had a mantra “don’t be evil” …like another company. As we continue off topic :wink: with corporations running the government, people don’t have a chance. They focus on “what the government knows” without concern what the corporate world does with all they know.