I just updated to v1.63.4 which fixed the gmail link popup issue, but now links from Gmail aren't opening at all. I have to right-click and select "open in default browser".
Hi everyone! We just want to let you know that our team is currently hard at work on a new 2.0 version. As a result, being a team of 9, we can't provide support for bugs on the current version any longer. Stay tuned for more! You'll receive a Beta access very soon.
@Julien Berthomier: beta or not, why would you want your users to keep annoyed for months with such a bug on a #1 app thats being used in station?
Can't you reproduce the bug? Then ask someone to provide remote access to their desktop which exhibits the issue, I'm sure you will have no difficulty finding someone willing to help.
Even a simple workaround like the suggested option to force opening of the links in the default browser can't be too hard to implement without investigation and would alleviate the annoyance for some of us at least, before 2.0 becomes usable.
agreed, this is driving me insane to the point I may have to just ditch this app altogether. I waste 10-15 seconds for every link I click now waiting to see if it will open or not.
Any news here? This problem is so annoying, really I`m starting to think about change the platform :/
Have you guys shut down? There have been no updates since February!
This is getting kinda crazy. This issue in some form has been going on for months. It's a huge workflow stopper. I can't preview a Google Doc in gmail and then click "open in google docs" - it just opens a Windows Explorer window. Not sure how long I'll be sticking with this.
Still having this issue. Station team, what gives?
same here, I have stopped using Station until this can be resolved.
Still not working - wow and how?
Still happening for me in 1.65.0
About to start looking into Station alternatives again
Can we have some transparency with this please? What's the culprit causing the issue? Changes to Gmail's back-end? Is it a Station bug? Can you please update us on this issue?