Feedly's broken in Firefox Nightlies now.

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Hello. I use Firefox nightly (v14a1 right now). Usually it's perfect, but since maybe Monday of this week Feedly no longer works. I thought you'd want to know you're broken on the leading edge of Firefox development. ;-)

Feedly says it's "syncing feedly v 9.1.424" for maybe 15 seconds before it gives up and reports this error:

Technical Error Code: 010-services_not_started--fail--LOADED----feedly_9.1.424_firefox

There's nothing in the error console except two complaints about the markup or css on your "offline.html" page: "unknown property -moz-border-radius" and an actual red error, "The character encoding of this document is not declared." Those are after-the-fact epiphenomena, I'd say.

Other hints:

* After reinstalling Feedly, there's no Feedly icon anywhere (including in the icons available for toolbars)

* I don't see minifeedly anywhere.

Thanks!
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  • hopeful you want to get ahead of the curve. ;-)

Posted 3 years ago

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I've decided this problem has more to do with my Firefox profile than with versions of the browser. I use Mozilla's sync, and find that Feedly behaves as I describe across Firefox 12 (beta) and 14 (Nightly).

It'd probably be better to open a new thread with a different subject.
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I have the same issue on my install Nightly 14 64bit, it was working with older builds but something somewhere has broken it, I get the same error as the OP. I keep a copy of Palemoon* 3.6 running as an backup/testing browser and Feedly with the same profile works fine on there.

*Palemoon is a customised version of Firefox with a few speed tweaks, 3.6 would be equivalent to the same version of Firefox.
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Just tried Feedly 10.0.435 (June 8th Build) from here Feedly Addons (shows as 10.1) and running fine on Firefox x64 16.01a 2012-06-08. There is another thread where the feedly staff have replied about this but in case you miss it thought I would post here.