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Here's some information about your browser which should hopefully help resolve your tech support issue or bug.

{
    "id": "5cc181d75237cb0015f26a55",
    "date": "2019-04-25T09:45:58.381Z",
    "browserInfo": {
        "browser": "Safari",
        "version": "12.1",
        "os": "OS X",
        "platform": "Apple Mac",
        "dimensionsUnit": "px",
        "viewportWidth": 1355,
        "viewportHeight": 797,
        "screenWidth": 1600,
        "screenHeight": 900,
        "cookies": "Available",
        "javascriptStatus": "Available"
    },
    "url": "http://mybrowser.fyi/report/5cc181d75237cb0015f26a55"
}

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To get this report to the right person, you've got a couple of options. You can either share the url to this report, or send them to a structured, JSON version of the data here.

http://mybrowser.fyi/report/5cc181d75237cb0015f26a55

FAQs

How does it work?

When you land on the site, some tests are run on your browser. The tests are against data that any website can gather, but it displays the data in a format that’s easy to read. The hope is that the data will give developers some useful information about a user’s browser if they are struggling to track a bug down.

What data are you collecting?

The only data we collect is what you can see on the report above. We only store this data so a report can be loaded by anyone at any time, and for no other reasons. As we only store the data in the report above, it remains anonymous, and there is not sufficient information to build a fingerprint of you.

What shall I do if I find a bug?

Head over to the GitHub issue tracker and file a bug. If you don't have a GitHub account, drop an email to [email protected]. Be sure to attach a link to your browser report too!