When I try to login to the forum using Firefox (v. 18.0) I get stuck in an eternal redirection loop, making it impossible for me to login using Firefox. I can log in to other parts fo the Adobe site (e.g. the bug tracker) and it works fine using IE, so it seems to be a conflict between the forum and Firefox specifically.
The following is the page I'm trying to login using:
When I click the "Sign in" button I get stuck on an empty page that contains just the following:
It's possible I have some Firefox plugin installed that's causing the problem. I looked at previous posts and saw that Firefox users have had issues with the forums in the past, but I didn't see anything more recently. Given this, I just thought it was worth mentioning in case others are experiencing it too.
Is this a general problem, or just me?
It’s a problem with your setup. because I use either FireFox Or Seamonkey. and have no issues. In fact I am using FireFox now.
Hi, and thanks for the fast feedback. Prompted by your message I looked into this a bit further and it turns out it's a conflict with the HTTPS-Everywhere plugin for Firefox:
If I disable this plugin I can login to the forum fine. Given this, it seems like it may be a problem for the HTTPS Everywhere developers to solve, so I'll take it up with them.
I'm having same issue with FireFox 18.0.1 (latest version as of today) and IE v9.0.81 ?
It only works in Chrome.
Here's FF error http://i.imgur.com/GVfrmoj.jpg
IE error http://i.imgur.com/Foq5i8E.jpg
I do not have HTTPS-Everywhere plugin installed and not even on IE.
Using Chrome I can't even try to attach picture to this post all I get is this: http://i.imgur.com/yb5BpRy.jpg
I am using FireFox 18.0.1 and see no problems.
I think this was a temporary problem. I had exactly the same issue last night (HTTP 404 errors) and couldn't access the forums at all (I wasn't able to reply to JohnnyBeGood113's post at the time, even though I received an email about it, for obvious reasons!). However, it seems to be working again now, as long as I don't use HTTPS-Everywhere.
So, hopefully this was just a temporary glitch.
You're correct. It it working today both FF and IE.