'Bad Request' Response - Firefox Plug-in
Upon attempting to sign in using my Firefox plug-in I received the error message below. Since then the only way I can get any options is to highlight the message and right click. The words 'Reload' and 'Logout' appear. Reload does nothing. Logout brings me back to the login, which in turn gives me the same error message upon signing in. I can still sign in on the regular Todoist site with no issue.
Oops - I used the snipping tool, but I can't paste it here. At the top of the sidebar is says, 'Bad Request'. Below that it says, "Unknown error happened: invalid literal for int() with base 10: 'True'
I'm assuming I'll have to remove and add all over again?
Asked by G Klein on Aug 10, 2012 - 07:24
unfortunately, I can't reproduce this issue.
Please tell me:
- Are you trying to sign in using a Google Account?
- Can the error message be closed? If so - what do you see when it's closed?
- Does your browser accept third-party cookies (in Options -> Privacy -> "Use custom settings for history" drop down)?
AA on Oct 10, 2012 - 04:39
Having the same problem as above, using the Thunderbird plugin. If I allow third-party cookies I can make it work, but that isn't a setting I would generally like to have for my web-browsing.
we're sorry for the inconvenience, but it's technically impossible to connect to Todoist through Thunderbird without allowing third-party cookies because for any such connection (which uses Firefox), Todoist's cookie will be treated as third-party as this plugin uses our web-app through a frame.