shared map shows all levels at once

Following the directions under "How to Share".

  1. 1st user opens the map in the usual way (https://campaignwiki.org/gridmapper.svg?load=WerdnaMap1).
  2. 1st user clicks Join.
  3. 2nd user opens a blank instance of gridmappper, enters WerdnaMap1 in the input box, and clicks Join.

Result is all levels of the dungeon superimposed on each other.

This is on Firefox. Chromium doesn't seem to display the shared map via Join at all (possibly another issue).

See Comments on shared map shows all levels at once for further discussion.

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When I tried it using an older Firefox (using "Purebrowser" which reports as 52.9.0), it wouldn't work at all because of a Content Security Policy problem. In order to get it to work, I had to change the CSP header for the site. It seems to work for me, now.

  1. Person A loads the map and clicks the Join link
  2. Person B visits the server and licks the WerdnaMap1 link

I was able to do this in two tabs of my browser and the map loads and displays correctly.

Can you try again?

– Alex Schroeder 2018-08-27 10:10 UTC


Thanks, Alex!

Everything seems to be working fine now in Firefox 61.0.2, however the issue I noted originally actually still exists, I just didn't realize it's not really much of an issue.

When I first join the served map, all the levels appear jumbled up together. But as soon as I navigate down a level, they display appropriately, and everything works fine from then on.

"Bad" screenshot: https://www.dropbox.com/s/o3apmuz588mro34/bad.jpg?dl=0

"Good" screenshot: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6fd3hqla1xwsq7g/good.jpg?dl=0

Thanks for your time!

– acodispo 2018-09-02 12:54 UTC


Hm. Does the Javascript console report an error? Is the map public so I can try it?

– Alex Schroeder 2018-09-03 11:24 UTC


I was able to reproduce the error and I think I have a fix and installed it. As I was testing it, I ran into a lot more issues with multiple maps going out of sync. Yikes! I think we'll have to collect them one by one in order to improve them.

– Alex Schroeder 2018-10-31 21:32 UTC


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