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Issue regarding chrome's csp

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@cburgmer first of all a really nice project! Now to the problem: I’m trying to use it in an atom package but due to their csp policy I can’t seem to generate an image. I’m getting this error: Refused to load the image 'blob:file%3A///0daa8856-e790-486e-9de1-d1c5a3978ae3' because it violates the following Content Security Policy directive: "img-src data: *". I see that it is because of blobs being blocked by their csp,

is their any way we can do it with data urls?

Any solutions/suggestions?

Thanks you 😃

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 7 years ago
  • Comments:6 (3 by maintainers)

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puranjayjaincommented, Nov 1, 2016

Yes the issue seems to be resolved for now. Although I havent had the time to test it on the latest version of Atom. It is safe to assume that it should work here as well. Closing the issue now, will reopen in case of a problem.

cburgmercommented, Oct 31, 2016

Just out of interest, did you manage to fix the problem?

If so, we should keep this issue open so we can provide a proper workaround.

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