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When opening Jira on Firefox, the board keeps loading. Present on the latest version for MacOS and Ubuntu.
When opening the network pannel while loading a page the debug pane is activated on 'throw new Error("Missing productInfo.version")'
We have the same issue with Google Chrome (v93), Chromium (v93), Opera (snap 79.0.4143.22) & Firefox (v92) on Ubuntu Linux 20.04, too.
Sometime when loading our board we even receive "The quota has been exceeded." error message in the developer console.
I have a college who has the same problem with opening his Kanban boards in Firefox 92 on his Dell Computer. He tried to start firefox in safe mode to exclude the possibility of a plugin interfering with the boards, still the same problem... So no plugins that bother ... Atlassian has not tested changes in Firefox it looks like.
It was working fine on Friday and today it's completely unusable.
Firefox v88.0.1 (Linux).
I have the same issue. Tried to clear local storage, cookies, cache. Tried to use private window - the same error everywhere.
Same issue here. It works fine on Chrome but not Firefox. Last Friday was working just fine.
EDIT: Chrome works fine when first opening it, after that same error and only works again if delete the cache.
Probable workaround to open the backlog list (works for me):
Browse an issue using its link, and then navigate to backlog using the left navigation menu.
I solved this by clearing web data / cookies and then disabling the redux devTools extension. Hope this helps.