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One thing that we require in acceptance of cross-site cookies by whatever browser you are using. I believe the defaults in the Mavericks version of Safari have disabled this by default.
If you want to try this out in Safari, go to Preferences > Privacy and select Never for "Block cookies and other website data"
I believe that should allow the console to work
Another possible temporary workaround is to use this URL instead
This is not the "supported" labs link and will likely change in the future, but it should prevent Safari from classifying the cookies as "third party" and would eliminate the need to allow ALL third party and advertiser cookies in Safari.
Thank you for taking the time to read and thank you for the the quick reply, prior to changing setting I notice projectnee.com is storing "Cache, Cookies, and Local Storage" so blieve it has rights to store cookies.
However I progressed with applying Never for "Block cookies and other website data" as advised, unfortunately that didn't work, in case the state was stored in the cookie or cache I also did a "Remove All Website Data" and tried but still no joy.
Thanks I have tried and get same from both
Hmm. Back to the drawing board. We'll see what we can find out.
Thanks for your patience,
Just a quick update. Apparently, there is something on the back end of our system that affects console presentation from a large number of labs via Safari 7.0.1. In our testing, Safari 6.1 works fine, but accessing the labs from Safari 7.0.1 is problematic.
We are looking into the issue, but we are entering a code freeze for the upcoming Partner Exchange show. In the meantime, please use Firefox or Chrome from MacOS if you have upgraded to Mavericks.
Sorry for the inconvenience and thanks for bringing it to our attention,
Doug, thanks for looking into this in such depth.
Its no big issue, I'll try and remember and stick with accessing these with Firefox which works perfectly.