Am 13.05.2010 um 07:51 schrieb Dan Webb:
> It looks to me like your hovercards are not finding a screen name
> rather than it being a browser issue.  The Unsafe javascript attempt
> is a warning and does not effect operation.

Sorry for late answer, but i think i found the error reason now:

anywhere.js loads https://api.twitter.com/xd_receiver.html, which gives the 
following JavaScript Code:

<script type="text/javascript"> 
        var url = "http://localhost:8888/dist/server/xd_receiver.js";;
        
        if (document.location.host == 'api.twitter.com') {
                url = 
"https://twitter-any.s3.amazonaws.com/server/production/xd_receiver.js";;
        }
        
        if (document.location.host.match(/^api-staging/)) {
                url = 
"https://twitter-any.s3.amazonaws.com/server/staging/xd_receiver.js";;
        }
        
        document.write('<script src="' + url + '"><\/script>');
</script>

I don't think that http://localhost:8888/ will work, since there is no HTTPd 
running on that port.

Gruß,
Felix Kunsmann - <fe...@kunsmann.eu>

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