Recent content by harrisonthesericin

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    WARNING New Firefox feature WILL break SQRL

    Would it be out of the question to use a self-signed certificate so that the localhost:25519 connection *can* be done with SSL? obviously it wouldn't have authentication, but would that allow firefox to make the connection, or will it still throw up a warning? (like to curl -k, which uses https...
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    QR Scan problem and solution.

    I suppose you could see that this particular QR code looks like a SQRL identity and pop up a notification with instructions at least.
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    Improve readability of wp login dialog

    Ideally, it would be fantastic if there was a SQRL login button design specification similar to what Apple publishes for Sign In with Apple, so each implementation can stay consistent.
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    Dynamic QR codes?

    Oh that's a really cool idea. I can see how this would have major implications. I suppose another approach would be to have the OS recognize that it does or doesn't have a SQRL handler installed, then respond accordingly. But that would obviously require OS vendor support by Apple and Google at...
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    Dynamic QR codes?

    Apologies if this has been asked before, but I couldn't find it in a search. I also realize what I'm about to ask might be simply impossible but here goes. Is there any way to have the QR code have two possible URLs? One would be the standard SQRL:// URL, but the other one would be a link to...
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    Improve readability of wp login dialog

    here's a quick snapshot of icons only. I Decided it's best to always show the SQRL QR code so that zero action is required by the user. Since touch-only devices don't have "hover on" mouse over events, this will be fewer steps at the cost of real estate.
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    Improve readability of wp login dialog

    Here's one of my designs that works well on desktop and mobile. I omitted a lot of the text and instructions because it's just too overwhelming and visually distracting. I also made the entire button clickable/tapable, so you can press on the logo, text, or QR code and it "just works." The "what...