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    SleepProgger
    @SleepProgger
    @jonashaag didn't thought you'd react that fast :)
    I replied to most comments in there and can prob push some minor changes today
    I think the biggest question remaining is how to handle errors.
    additionally error callback for async (Later to be changed to promises) and simply raising errors in sync components sounds like the nicest solution to me.
    Walle Cyril
    @GrosSacASac
    hi
    in last PR Valve/fingerprintjs2#388 did some suggestions of @SleepProgger and @jonashaag found here
    ultramaks
    @ultramaks
    am I correct that for using fingerprint2.js (1.8.2 version) there is no need to include jQuery library anymore?
    Walle Cyril
    @GrosSacASac
    @ultramaks yes
    ultramaks
    @ultramaks
    @GrosSacASac great, thanks! )
    Walle Cyril
    @GrosSacASac
    can I get help for the PR ?
    ultramaks
    @ultramaks
    Got a question. Have the latest version: 1.8.2. I have downloaded and unpacked zip file and run index.html
    And when I run it locally and run at my site I see one difference that leads to diff fingerprints:
    device_memory = 8 local and device_memory = -1 if I run it at my site (or even from local workstation but through local webserver). What is the difference? How does this value calculated?
    Walle Cyril
    @GrosSacASac
    Maybe because of unsecure restrictions, are you using HTTPS in both cases, local and site ?
    ultramaks
    @ultramaks
    No. http only
    Walle Cyril
    @GrosSacASac
    Well that might be it, I know that in chrome and firefox certain features are disabled when not using https, and there are exceptions for localhost
    ultramaks
    @ultramaks
    This is for Opera browser.... For Firefox there is also difference but in regular_plugins: local index.html does not see anything, while from website it sees "Shockwave Flash::Shockwave Flash 24.0 r0::application/x-shockwave-flash~swf,application/futuresplash"
    Walle Cyril
    @GrosSacASac
    chrome and opera use mostly same engine
    ultramaks
    @ultramaks
    I know... I just wondered about the difference for running local fingerprint and from a website
    Walle Cyril
    @GrosSacASac
    Valentin Vasilyev
    @Valve
    @/all I've just published a brand-new website for fingerprintjs library. Please check it out https://fingerprintjs.com
    It's been some time since I last worked on the library, but now I have more time and should spend more on it.
    One recent feature that was added is that I removed all old tests that ran in PhantomJS and re-wrote them to use latest Chrome headless.
    nebi
    @dalakada_gitlab
    Hello guys, are we allowed to use fingerprintjs2 in our commercial app?
    Valentin Vasilyev
    @Valve
    @dalakada_gitlab you're not only allowed, but encouraged!
    If you need a better accuracy + more featured product, I suggest you have a loot at a PRO version: https://fingerprintjs.com/pro
    It's in a beta testing period currently but you can enroll
    nebi aydin
    @naydin2_gitlab
    @Valve I see lots of different version of canvas fingerprinting out there, is fingerprintjs2 best?
    nebi aydin
    @naydin2_gitlab
    Btw, with fingerprintjs2 when I use incognito I got different results for chrome
    nebi aydin
    @naydin2_gitlab
    Is anyone using fingerprintjs2 on production?
    nebi aydin
    @naydin2_gitlab
    fonts do not match for different browsers on the same device, any suggestions ?
    Manuk
    @ManukMinasyan

    Hello dear developers,
    When entering for the first time IE 11 loaded the site correctly you can see it in the first picture.
    After refreshing the page we see that the page is not being loaded(see the second picture).
    If you can help me, I will be grateful.
    Thanks.

    Images`

    1. https://imgur.com/C5VRb1B
    2. https://imgur.com/iIeFF2a
    Valentin Vasilyev
    @Valve
    @ManukMinasyan usually it's hard to answer someone's questions based purely on screenshot.
    You should open up the dev tools and see if there are any errors in console. If there are, ask a question on Stackoverflow about JavaScript/error that you see.
    If it's a FPJS specific question, ask it here.
    In your case I see that the error has nothing to do with fingerprint.js so it should be asked elsewhere
    @naydin2_gitlab of course it's being used on production. Thousands of companies are using it.
    Manuk
    @ManukMinasyan
    https://migrolpartnerevent.ch/event2019/ - please take a look to this link, open it with IE 11.
    And take a look the console.
    Thanks
    Manuk
    @ManukMinasyan
    I think that I finally could find the solution of the problem.
    The problem was connected with version of jquery.
    I changed it to latest version.
    Thank you guys.
    nebi-frame
    @nebi-frame
    hi guys, i've come across this
    http://uniquemachine.org
    it can succesfully give me same fingerprint results on same device but on different browsers,
    @Valve @jonashaag do you have any plans to implement cross browser features (especially webgl with different setting) ?
    Jeroen Evens
    @jeroen7s
    don't think that's inside the scope of this project
    using webgl for fingerprinting is not nearly performant enough, uniquemachine uses 15mb of data for fingerprinting\
    Utkarsh Dhawan
    @crusher95
    Hey is anyone available?
    Luiz Nickel
    @vaporwavie
    Hey, what's up! Anyone around?
    Walle Cyril
    @GrosSacASac
    yes
    Luiz Nickel
    @vaporwavie
    Sorry for the late answer
    I wasn't actually expecting a reply lol
    Anyway... I'm trying to implement FPJS2 into a service of mine
    But my objective with it is to store each customer object with the generated fingerprint as the "unique key"
    For the first few weeks, everything had worked just fine
    Altough for the last few days I've been having some issues with the hash repetition ratio
    I'm actually getting identical hashes on different scenarios from different users, and this is causing a non-unique flaw into the whole structure
    Am I actually using this library in the wrong way? Or is there something I can do to prevent the hash repetition?
    Luiz Nickel
    @vaporwavie
    TLDR; identical hashes are being generated in different scenarios/cases
    thanks in advance :D
    Walle Cyril
    @GrosSacASac
    Maybe try the pro version
    Or use human support to decide on a case by case basis
    Jeroen Evens
    @jeroen7s
    @vaporwavie maybe someone visiting your site just clears their cookies?
    With storing data with the fingerprint as "unique key" you mean storing in the browser itself?
    if so, extensions like Cookie Autodelete might cause issues
    or you have privacy consious users on your site? Tor users might have the same fingerprint, or users with "resistfingerprinting" enabled in FireFox