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I just update Windows to 8.1 with IE 11 (as default). Then I found every time when I login https://remote.utorrent.com, there is only the loading UI.

By use F12 tool of IE to debug this page, it seems there is a script error:

HTML1300: Navigation occurred.

File: remote.utorrent.com

HTML1202: https://remote.utorrent.com/ is running in Compatibility View because 'Display intranet sites in Compatibility View' is checked.

File: remote.utorrent.com

HTML1524: Invalid HTML5 DOCTYPE. Consider using the interoperable form "<!DOCTYPE html>".

File: remote.utorrent.com, Line: 1, Column: 1

HTML1114: Codepage utf-8 from (HTTP header) overrides conflicting codepage <undefined-cp> from (META tag)

File: gui

loading /static/js/compiled/btapp.js?v=1.86

SEC7118: XMLHttpRequest for https://ssl.google-analytics.com/p/__utm.gif required Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS).

File: gui

url/cookie sessions [object Object] domain https://rapton-i-3f8d7252.utorrent.com:9004/talon/gui?utorrent=1&sessions...(I omit session information here)

initializing remote client! [object Object]

initializing remote client! [object Object]

initializing remote client! [object Object]

initializing remote client! [object Object]

set current client to [object Object]

SCRIPT5009: 'dimensions' is undefined

File: btapp.js, Line: 961, Column: 76

The break point is on such a statement:

Object.each(e.planes,function(t,c){var j=c.capitalize(),o=this.getStyle©;if(o=="auto"&&!dimensions)dimensions=this.getDimensions();o=h[c]=o=="auto"?dimensions[c]:o.toInt();w["total"+j]=o;t.each(function(p){var z=b(p,h);w["computed"+p.capitalize()]=z;w["total"+j]+=z})},this);return Object.append(w,h)}})}).call(this);

according to MSDN, this is such an error:

Undefined identifier

You attempted to use an identifier that the JavaScript compiler does not recognize. The undefined value is returned whenever you use:

•a variable that does not exist,

•a variable that has been declared, but never had a value assigned to it,

•an object property that does not exist.

To correct this error

•Declare the variable with a var statement (as in var x;).

Hope this issue could be fixed before Oct.17 which is the day Windows 8.1 release to public.


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