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Hi all

Since yesterday the eD editor does not open after I logged in. I pick a task from the HOT manager, log in, go back to the HOT manager, clich the task again and the login screen appears again, instead of showing the tile.

Can somebody help me?

Thx Petra

asked 01 Nov '17, 08:45

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edited 02 Nov '17, 19:15

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SimonPoole ♦

If you go to and log in there, does the iD editor work if you select "edit" there?

(01 Nov '17, 09:03) SomeoneElse ♦

No, I can login, but after that nothing happens :-(

(01 Nov '17, 09:13) pvank

Which browser on which operating system?

(01 Nov '17, 09:19) SomeoneElse ♦

IE on Windows

(01 Nov '17, 09:21) pvank

Have you changed anything since yesterday? Has anything on the server changed since yesterday?

(01 Nov '17, 15:05) dsh4

I did not change anything. I am not aware of changes on the server.

(01 Nov '17, 15:50) pvank

The only alternative I have is Chrome, but using Chrome I do not see a pink / purple tile.

(01 Nov '17, 15:51) pvank
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Thanks for reporting @pvank.. I'm not able to test IE this week, but I can check it next week. Are you able to test with a different browser like Firefox?

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