korm
OS X 10.11.5

I'm not sure if any of these has been reported before, but here are a few issues I've noticed:

1. Browser tabs do not always remember the site they were open to.  For example, log into Google, then open Docs.  Click away from that tab (say, to another thought or another attachment) and return.  That browser tab is back to the Google home page.  (The login status is persistent, at least.)  

1b. This is probably because the tab is not really a dedicated browser but is associated only with the URL that was given to that tab for that thought.  

2. When Docs is open in Google, it throws this error.

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2b.  So, I assume TheBrain is sending Google outdated user agent info?
  


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mcaton
Paul,

Thank you for posting.  Issue 1 has been documented previously as a feature request.  However, you are correct - TheBrain is linking to http://www.yourwebsite.com.  If you navigate away from that site, it's not cached and will reload the YourWebSite page again when you return.

I'm not seeing the 2nd error you mentioned when linking to a file in my Google Docs.  Which version of TheBrain are you currently running?  And what does the URL look like that you linked to?  I tested with a sample doc - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QpIJbrb2t7CbuWFHgORQF-wSb1ndw64ynpbUu99v3PA/edit

Thank you,
Matt
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korm
mcaton wrote:
Issue 1 has been documented previously as a feature request.

Can I caste a dissent?  [wave]  Memory loss on purpose is an odd feature.  

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I'm not seeing the 2nd error you mentioned when linking to a file in my Google Docs.  Which version of TheBrain are you currently running?  And what does the URL look like that you linked to?  I tested with a sample doc

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QpIJbrb2t7CbuWFHgORQF-wSb1ndw64ynpbUu99v3PA/edit
Matt, I'm on 9.0.94.0, on OS X 10.11.5 -- all the latest kit.

I cannot test your link ("You need permission", Google Drive tells me when I add your link as an URL to a thought.)

The error appears when I'm logged into my own Google Drive and click to open a document: 

1. Add "https://docs.google.com"
2. Log in (if not already logged in)
3. Click on a Recent Document -- or click on a template in Start a New Document
4. The document or template will open, and that message will appear as shown (here's screen shot showing the context better):

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korm
FWIW, Google Docs is deprecated in favor of Google Drive, I think, but Google still offers the access.  So there might be an issue here with an outdated API on the Google side -- or OS X WebKit?  Anyway, Safari 9.1.1 doesn't throw the errors.
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pthompson
Thanks for the information.
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