This is not a simple question to ask and is not very easy to explain. But I shall try. I am running a program suite called "Node-Red" on another machine. Access is done… (læs mere)
This is not a simple question to ask and is not very easy to explain. But I shall try.
I am running a program suite called "Node-Red" on another machine. Access is done via the "web". (http). Usually you just enter the IP address and you are into the edit screen. This is obviously not a good idea on a machine exposed to the net. So, you activate security settings. (See a bit later)
I am using Firefox as my main browser and I have activated security settings in Node-Red. Subsequently I can't log in. BUT! Other browsers can. (From other people) I have tried it and seen it once work. Sorry but that's all I have at this time. The information attached about my system is unedited, because as I said: I don't know what is needed at this stage.
I can get the "name" entered, but every time I click on the Password field, the cursor jumps back to the name field.
(Documents for what I am doing) https://nodered.org/docs/security.html
See attached image for what I see in FF. Please forgive the red arrows. I was talking to the Node-Red people about it also. "Luckily" someone else is having problems when using FireFox. But they can if they use another browser - as stated.
I don't know exactly what information (at this time) is needed. Alas it may require someone in here to install Node-Red and try it them selves.
I also appreciate that is a big ask. But it would seem I am not the only person with this problem and someone else has recently posted that they have the same problem.
What further complicated me asking here is I have a couple of other programs installed for password management and I had to go through the process of eliminating them.
So I am now at the point where it is pointing to FireFox and it not playing the game.
Thanks in advance for any help in resolving the problem.