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Error: Cannot read properties of undefined (reading 'includes')

This rather baffling error message has suddenly started showing up, and loads of events are no longer showing up.

I'm using a registered copy running Windows 11.


Cheers

Mike

Comments

  • Ok thanks, when you see that error again, can you right click anywhere in the popup > Inspect > Console tab > Send me the logs

  • I can't see anywhere that gives me the option to send a log so I took a screen grab, I still can't say a lot of events that are visible on the Google Calendar page


  • Ok good stuff, can you go to the same console tab and execute this line including the parenthesis:

    (await oAuthForDevices.getTokenResponses())[0]

    Then click the little arrow to expand the results and send me a screenshot.


  • I am also getting the same error every time I attempt to refresh the calendar view. Events are not properly syncing with my Google calendar.

    Chrome 123.0.6312.123 on Windows 10 Home.

    Restarting Chrome or Windows does not fix.

  • @johnny.chan Can you do the same steps as I mentioned in the thread above and send me the results.

  • edited April 11

    Here: {access_token: '[hiddenbyjason]d52N3-Ib87aTCAtK8CV6POp2b1WB-ImKHaCvB1quAY…ucaCgYKAcESARMSFQHGX2MiobaJqy9uYJwTMPZ_2v9ssw0171', chromeProfile: true, clientId: '74919836968-1vv8gkse5mjv8ppr8qnjdms2hd6ot4sv.apps.googleusercontent.com', expires_in: 9999999999, expiryDate: Fri Feb 08 2335 10:22:51 GMT+0000 (Greenwich Mean Time), …}

  • edited April 11

    @urban75 Thanks, would you be able to click the little arrow to expand so i can see the whole list, cause right now it's cutoff with the "..."

  • edited April 11

    Here you go. I've taken my email out (and could you take out any other personal info I may inadvertently be sharing!


    {access_token: '[blocked]_2v9ssw0171', chromeProfile: true, clientId: '74919836968-1vv8gkse5mjv8ppr8qnjdms2hd6ot4sv.apps.googleusercontent.com', expires_in: 9999999999, expiryDate: Fri Feb 08 2335 10:22:51 GMT+0000 (Greenwich Mean Time), …}

    access_token

    "[blocked]aQUAEi4x6VdcQNwe1HmQ5I-k_jB_ZZBu4jOPw6NuKzUR2CCeED7HikA4mDI9pvseBGWhJD3cwqm_midFfucaCgYKAcESARMSFQHGX2MiobaJqy9uYJwTMPZ_2v9ssw0171"

    chromeProfile

    true

    clientId

    "74919836968-1vv8gkse5mjv8ppr8qnjdms2hd6ot4sv.apps.googleusercontent.com"

    expires_in

    9999999999

    expiryDate

    Fri Feb 08 2335 10:22:51 GMT+0000 (Greenwich Mean Time)

    [[Prototype]]

    Object

    userEmail

    "blocked....75@gmail.com"

  • edited April 11

    Ok I replaced some contents with "blocked". Can you go into the extension Options .. Accounts and Revoke access and then try regranting.


  • Is it working? Can I also ask how long you've had the extension?

  • Yes, it now appears to be working. I've had the extension at least 7 years.

    Cheers

    Mike

  • I followed your instructions on regranting account access and fixed the error for me as well. Thanks!

  • Just want to chime in to say I had this same problem, and revoking/re-granting access fixed it for me as well.

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