|01/10/2010 17:36:15 Re:Team Chat Chrome Edition|
400 Errors where? when you try to send a message? when you open a web page?
in team chat? in your browser?
are you using a foreign language in team chat?
come think about it it's possible certain characters in a message may cause such an error.
i'll look into it.
any idea if you get the same error with the firefox version?
|04/10/2010 15:57:29 Re:Team Chat Chrome Edition|
I've sent the api key, the whole thing goes like this:
davewasthere You need to enter your APIkey first to authenticate.
davewasthere Click on the link above to get it, then type it into the text box below (but only in Team Chat)
davewasthere Thanks for that, trying to authenticate you now
davewasthere Welcome to team chat.
HTTP Error 400. The request is badly formed.
I've had this error in Chrome in both Windows and OSX. It works fine in Firefox.
Am I the only person this is happening to?
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|14/10/2010 20:34:37 Re:Team Chat Chrome Edition|
|I guess so :]|
|15/10/2010 14:24:01 Re:Team Chat Chrome Edition|
|Would it be possible to delete my account in whatever database the API keys get stored in? I'm thinking maybe I changed my API key at some point, and need to register with a fresh account....|
|15/10/2010 14:34:47 Re:Team Chat Chrome Edition|
I believe if you uninstall team chat chrome and reinstall it, it will ask you for your api key again. you could also delete chrome's browsing data cookies, history and things before re-installation to be sure.
I can't delete anything from the database you'll have to speak to Davewashere about that because he's hosting the team chat server database.
You could also try using team chat chrome on one of the sub domains listed above because it'll ask for api key for each unique subdomin.
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