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Hello all!

SugarCube 2.21!

Here is a comment from my newly published game on Itch.io:

"Apologies! A fatal error has occurred. Aborting.

Error: no valid storage adapters found.

Stack Trace:
e@https://v6p9d9t4.ssl.hwcdn.net/html/1298877/index.html:683:13164
@https://v6p9d9t4.ssl.hwcdn.net/html/1298877/index.html:688:9515
j@https://v6p9d9t4.ssl.hwcdn.net/html/1298877/index.html:59:29946
g/https://v6p9d9t4.ssl.hwcdn.net/html/1298877/index.html:59:30262"

I have tested the game on Chrome and Firefox without a problem. Not sure what else I can do.

Thank you all!

 

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The warning indicates that the Player's web-browser is either:
a. So old it doesn't support the local storage functionallity required by the SugarCube engine.
b. Is being run in a mode / way that restricts access to the storage functionallity required.

examples:
a. You can get this warning if the web-browser has been configured to disable cookies.
b.  Microsoft Edge will show a simular warning message if the Player is trying to view a copy of your Story HML file from their local hard-drive.

1. Did you personally recieve this warning, or was it reported by another person?

2. Which web-browser (brand and version) was being used, and which mode was it being run in, when the warning occured?

3. Was the Story HTML file being accessed remotely on a web-server, or was it being access locally on from a hard-drive?
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Thanks for the response!

I published the game on Itch.io, and someone commented on the game with the error I pasted here: he hasn't given any other information yet.
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He just responded:

"Firefox 65.0.1 on Win7. Yupp, I am blocking cookies from non-visited Websites, that may be the reason for it. Works fine when I allow all cookies. "

So there you go!

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