Freezing when entering admin section of plugin using chrome

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    Hi! I just bought a new license for the plugin and usually never have any issues. However, when running this on a local installation (using the software Local) in my Chrome browser, i can’t click anything when trying to set up a new search instance in the setting section of the instance. What happens when i try to click around is that the page completely freezes for about 5-10 seconds and then i get a “page not responding” prompt. If i click “keep waiting for page to load” it unfreezes until i click something new.

    It’s only when i click on the setting for the search instance that i get the error, all the other pages from the plugin work just fine.

    I don’t get any error messages from the plugin, or errors in chrome devtools for any scripts not loading etc.

    I’ve tried the following:
    – do a clean install
    – deactivate all my other plugins
    – clear my browser cache
    – deactivate my custom js files
    – activated wp debug with no error messages

    My solution for now has been to just switch over to firefox which isn’t much of a hassle, but i figured i might inform you of the issue.

    I’m running version 4.26.2 of Ajax Search Pro on a 6.2 WordPress installation.

    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko


    First just to make sure there are no 3rd party scripts making any funky stuff, please make sure that:
    – No other plugins are active
    – The default theme is active, without any custom code

    If still no luck, then there are two other things to look at:
    – Browser extensions. Try disabling them one by one. I have had issues on localhosts when certain extensions tried to do their stuff, but the local domain made them fail.
    Local overrides. This is a chrome specific feature, and can be very very problematic. I had this same issue (although not plugin related), where I visited a certain site and it just kept crashing. I lost my mind to figure it out why. I had local overrides active, basically messing up everything.

    Ernest Marcinko

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