1. Boris NevermorE's Avatar
    Since I searched a similar thread and couldn't find, I decided to open a new one. If there is a thread that covers this story, I will ask the forum administrators to point me that.
    Ok, so here is what it is all about:
    Since 2 weeks ago (now is 31st of December 2014), I occur some bugs in WP Store (desktop version). Maybe these are bugs or maybe browsers are some how incompatible with the Store, I don't know. Anyway, what I have notice in desktop version of WP Store is that when you search an app from the search bar (top right), it comes with a page that says "This page isn't redirecting properly" or "The webpage has a redirect loop".
    The same thing happen if let's say i am on the page of some app, and that developer have more apps developed and if you click "See more" or the developer's name (it's the same link)
    The browsers where this issue was shown are latest versions of Opera, Chrome and Firefox.
    The only browsers that all this is working properly are Internet Explorer from 8 to 11.
    So, i made some screenshots to show you what I mean. Do you have the same problem with the desktop version of WP Store or how do I fix this? 2-3 weeks ago this wasn't a problem, it worked.
    Before you say anything I have tried everything from cleaning cache, browsing history and uninstall/reinstall the same browsers, nothing changed.
    Here are the screenshots:
    opera-friefox.png
    ie8.png
    12-30-2014 07:36 PM
  2. zhris's Avatar
    I don't have Opera or FF, but using latest Chrome on Windows 8.1 and 10 I have no problems browsing and searching the Store.
    Boris NevermorE likes this.
    12-30-2014 07:47 PM
  3. Boris NevermorE's Avatar
    I don't have Opera or FF, but using latest Chrome on Windows 8.1 and 10 I have no problems browsing and searching the Store.
    Unfortunately I do have problems with Chrome, as i have with Opera and FF too. Must be something, hope i will figure this out soon. :)
    12-30-2014 10:14 PM
  4. gMaesterUK's Avatar
    Strange I'm getting this as well on FF 34.0. Thought it might have been due to my disabling cookies, but allowing them didn't seem to fix.
    Maybe an email to MS support or a post on MS Communities will get a fix?

    G.
    12-31-2014 08:04 AM
  5. EBUK's Avatar
    I am having this problem. Everything was fine until I cleaned all cookies and cache of FireFox.

    Here are my findings on the matter...
    1. Default settings in FireFox Tools>Options>Privacy work
    2. As soon as these are changed to Use Custom Settings for History (see screenshot), then the redirect occurs.
    capture.png
    2a. The screenshot is of the settings as the appear in Comodo IceDragon which does NOT suffer from the Redirect issue.
    3. If Private Browing is enabled, the problem disappears.
    4. If History>Clear All History is invoked, the problem disappears temporarily.
    5. The problem doesn't seem to be related to any plug-ins.

    As I say, all was working perfectly until a couple of weeks ago when I cleared the cache. Very frustrating.
    gMaesterUK likes this.
    12-31-2014 08:40 AM
  6. Boris NevermorE's Avatar
    Here is another bigger thread about the same problem:
    http://forums.windowscentral.com/win...oop-error.html
    Guess Chrome has the same problem (according to opening post of that thread)
    12-31-2014 03:24 PM

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