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Would there be any version conflicts between firebug and yslow? I've been having this same exact problem. I'm on firefox YSlow seems to have got broken inside firebug extension in latest firefox release as evident from this tweet twitter. It's an equivalent of regular YSlow. Dario Seidl 1, 1 1 gold badge 17 17 silver badges 36 36 bronze badges.
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But you can get it using this link : chrome. Please clarify this answer with some more detail, otherwise someone will probably downvote you. Because you're new, I won't :- Take into account what has been said in the comment by the poster.
Thanks Wayne I updated the answer. Because the answer it is no longer useful I would delete it if I could. Gave you an upvote for effort. There should be a delete link next to "edit" under the answer text, I didn't think any special amount of rep was needed to delete your own answers, but I may be wrong about that.
WayneKoorts I only have link edit flag. I had to go back to firefox 4.http://pierreducalvet.ca/70728.php
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Featured on Meta. So it might be worth to have a look at this issue although it's not clear yet if it's a FF- or T3-related problem. Michael, could this be related to ? Did you try to switch of user-agent check? Michael, do you have ySlow enabled? I just had this issue on a site and it was definitely caused by ySlow. As soon as I disabled it, login worked. Steffen pointed me into the right direction: Firebug is the problem but only if it is docked within the browser-window.
If FB is opened within its seperate window the problem doesn't appear. Thanks for your help, maybe other users will run into this problem aswell and hopefully they'll find this report. So ySlow doesn't just modify the user agent randomly, but does some other weird things. This will allow you to login.