Correct, my url were longer than just https://app.digispoke.com and it works now, thanks you alexk
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@victorgonal Thank you for posting the command lines here. I'll research what was wrong with the direct execution of them.
@joejlam Thanks for the report! This is a known issue in a framework Freeter is built with. It breaks the google authentication scenario. For now, please use other methods to login to web apps.
@PixelMort Thanks for using Freeter! Yes, sure. Please check the Back up & Sync feature on Freeter settings. Accessible via Main Menu > Freeter > Preferences on Mac, or Main Menu > File > Settings on Win/Linux.
@matt_0222 Thanks for the detailed info! I'll research the issue and check the possibility of integrating with password manager apps. Added to the roadmap.
@nsuffield Thanks for reporting the issue and your solution. It might be somehow related to the Google Auth.
@FreeterBeAwesome Thanks for sharing your solution!
@daveranan On the main menu, navigate to Freeter > Preferences. Then on the Terminal dropdown select iTerm.app.
@alexk Oh, thank you, don't know how I missed that. Good to know.
@alexk Thanks a lot, this is exactly what I was looking for.
@suomiman Free version also has the Backup & Sync feature. Open the Preferences via File menu and scroll down.
@lovefreeter4 Is the link on the web? Can you share it so that I could reproduce the issue?
@mrhthepie How did you run the program before you moved to the opener widget? Commander widget?
@clonge , thanks for your answer, i had misunderstood the role of this section
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