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Host shows as undefined #3283

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riddlew opened this Issue Sep 29, 2018 · 6 comments

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riddlew commented Sep 29, 2018

After installing BTTV, the link right above a video being hosted that shows "Hosting " returned "https://www.twitch.tv/undefined" instead of the channel of the person being hosted. The link above chat that says "Go to channel" still links properly, just not the text above the video of the person being hosted. Turning off BTTV removes this error.

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Do you have "Disable Host Mode" enabled? It works fine on my machine both enabled and disabled.

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Do you have "Disable Host Mode" enabled? It works fine on my machine both enabled and disabled.

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It is not enabled. When I turn it on, the hosted channel doesn't display so that's right. But with disable host mode off, it just gives the link "undefined". Using Google Chrome Version 69.0.3497.100 (Official Build) (64-bit)

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It is not enabled. When I turn it on, the hosted channel doesn't display so that's right. But with disable host mode off, it just gives the link "undefined". Using Google Chrome Version 69.0.3497.100 (Official Build) (64-bit)

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What other browser extensions are you using? Have you tried disabling those and seeing if you can reproduce it still?

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night commented Sep 30, 2018

What other browser extensions are you using? Have you tried disabling those and seeing if you can reproduce it still?

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AdBlock, LastPass, BTTV, Link Klipper, Reddit Enhancement Suite, ScriptSafe, Tabs Outliner, and The Great Suspender. I have tried disabling them and it still had the same result. I also tried installing BTTV on Chrome on a separate computer with no other addons and the result was the same. Turning BTTV off removes the undefined problem, and turning it back on brings it back. I also tried turning every setting off in BTTV but the issue is still there.

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AdBlock, LastPass, BTTV, Link Klipper, Reddit Enhancement Suite, ScriptSafe, Tabs Outliner, and The Great Suspender. I have tried disabling them and it still had the same result. I also tried installing BTTV on Chrome on a separate computer with no other addons and the result was the same. Turning BTTV off removes the undefined problem, and turning it back on brings it back. I also tried turning every setting off in BTTV but the issue is still there.

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Can you share exact reproduction steps then?

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night commented Sep 30, 2018

Can you share exact reproduction steps then?

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I just found out that it only happens if I load a streamer's direct page vs clicking it from the following page. If I type in a streamer's URL and they're hosting someone, the person being hosted has a link of twitch.tv/undefined. However, if I go to my following page and click on the person that's hosting someone, it no longer shows the person being hosted as undefined.

So Streamer A is hosting Streamer B, typing twitch.tv/StreamerA shows they're hosting Streamer B but the link to Streamer B is undefined.
Going to the following page, click on Streamer A's stream. Streamer A's page loads and now the link to Streamer B correctly shows twitch.tv/StreamerB.

riddlew commented Sep 30, 2018

I just found out that it only happens if I load a streamer's direct page vs clicking it from the following page. If I type in a streamer's URL and they're hosting someone, the person being hosted has a link of twitch.tv/undefined. However, if I go to my following page and click on the person that's hosting someone, it no longer shows the person being hosted as undefined.

So Streamer A is hosting Streamer B, typing twitch.tv/StreamerA shows they're hosting Streamer B but the link to Streamer B is undefined.
Going to the following page, click on Streamer A's stream. Streamer A's page loads and now the link to Streamer B correctly shows twitch.tv/StreamerB.

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