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Can't connect (behind firewall)
[Posted this in feedback a few days ago, but thought it might be worth raising as a possible bug BUT accept that this may simply be caused by a limitation in my corporate environment. As 'python/programming in the browser' is your core offering though, think worth flagging to you - happy to do any testing I am able to do that might help.] I work in a corporate environment that is pretty heavily locked down and which does not offer me access to Python. I have been using for months. I have a paid account. It has been ideal to be able to use Python in my browser whilst in the office. Recently, whenever I try to open a, the terminal screen just shows an error message "Failed to connect" floating near the bottom of the terminal part of the screen (or sometimes nothing at all). The text of the repl does not appear. The terminal has: Python 3.6.1 (default, Dec 2015, 13:05:11) [GCC 4.8.2] on linux at the top, and nothing else. No idea if some additional firewall rules have been added at work that would cause problems, or changes have been made at that might have triggered this. Ideas on what urls to check to see if any specific ones (or ports) are blocked would be helpful. Any suggestions of alternative urls to access the service would also be appreciated. I am running on a Windows 10 Microsoft laptop and the problems show up on both Chrome and Edge. (IE is worse as I get a This Plugin Crashed! and red background in the editor window.) 4 days ago
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