New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

Post by *Usher » 2019-11-22, 13:03 UTC

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Deleting cookies won't help if you disable/block cookies either directly in your browser or with some plugin (adblocker, antivirus etc.). For Google Drive you must enable cookies from accounts.google.com site.
And you must login fast enough to avoid timeout - test changed order of your actions: first open your default browser (it may be slow with many tabs open), then use cloud plugin in TC.
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

Post by *Skif_off » 2019-11-25, 01:48 UTC

ghisler(Author) wrote:
2019-11-18, 11:28 UTC
The cloud plugin does not create console.log. Maybe the Chromium framework does it?
It seems Chromium framework does it. I looked the command line:

"path-to\oauthbrowser.exe" --type=renderer --no-sandbox --lang=en-US --lang=en-US --log-file="c:\nul" --log-severity=disable --channel="xxxx.x.xxxxxxxxxx\xxxxxxxxx" /prefetch:xxxxxxxxx

--log-file="c:\nul" looks strange: why c:\nul but not nul?

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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-11-25, 11:08 UTC

--log-file="c:\nul" should actually disable logging...
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

Post by *Skif_off » 2019-11-28, 11:03 UTC

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I mean that usually write just nul instead c:\nul. Maybe Chromium can't deal (can't parse? My English is bad) with c:\nul and does as everyone in this case: writes log in current working directory?
If you have free time, can you try --log-file=nul or --log-file="nul"?

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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

Post by *Hacker » 2019-12-10, 22:03 UTC

Whenever I access my Google Drive, it generates a Google Security Event where I have to click Yes, it was me. Is there a way to avoid this behavior without using a master password in TC? Can I perhaps use an App password or something?

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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-12-11, 08:23 UTC

No, unfortunately not - why not use a master password just for this function?
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