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          Priority: medium
            Bug ID: 60584
           Summary: BUGZILLA: Can not Log-In to LibreOffice Bugzilla
                    without page refresh
          Severity: normal
    Classification: Unclassified
                OS: All
          Hardware: Other
        Whiteboard: BSA
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
           Version: Master
         Component: WWW
           Product: LibreOffice

Created attachment 74533
Error message

Problem description: 

In the very first time opening Bugzilla in browser, 
I see message:
"It seems there is a problem to connect with Bugzilla. Please try again

But this message is mislead, because I only need to refresh page and I will see
normal login screen. This bug appearsonly once for current browser. If you
close browser and then open Bugzilla second time, it will show login screen.

Steps to reproduce:
1. Have newly installed browser, with wicth never entered LibreOffice Bugzilla.
2. In it open Bugzilla via LibreOffice Help meniu (for ex.,

Current behavior:
"It seems there is a problem to connect with Bugzilla. Please try again later."

Expected behavior:
Login screen

Operating System: All
Version: Master

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