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Formal Languages Interactive - Washing Machine #411

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eAlasdair opened this issue Mar 29, 2017 · 1 comment
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Formal Languages Interactive - Washing Machine #411

eAlasdair opened this issue Mar 29, 2017 · 1 comment


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eAlasdair commented Mar 29, 2017


There are buttons to interact with the washing machine on the Formal Languages page, but they do not seem to change the state of the system.

Using Google Chrome Version 56.0.2924.87 on Windows 10


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Testing the chapter in both Firefox 52 and Chromium 53 on Ubuntu 14.04, the washing machine interactive is misbehaving in both browsers. Site is whitelisted in ad/script blockers.

It seems to be working as expected in standalone on both:

I am getting the following console errors from Chromium, though I don't know if they're directly related to the issue or not:

Failed to parse SourceMap:
Failed to parse SourceMap:
Failed to parse SourceMap:

Firefox isn't giving me any useful error messages.

@JackMorganNZ JackMorganNZ modified the milestone: v2.10.0 - 'Kea' Aug 30, 2017
@JackMorganNZ JackMorganNZ self-assigned this Aug 31, 2017
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