This is my first time reporting an issue here so I apologize if I am missing some guidelines. I ditched Windows over the weekend and installed Arch Linux and GNOME. Hooray!
I really like the idea of using GNOME Web. However, my company uses Office365 and Microsoft Teams (booooo) and for some reason when I try to access those sites in GNOME Web it doesn't appear to be able to load the sites properly.
For Office365 web portal, portal.office365.com, I get redirected to the oldschoool OWA site that I haven't seen since early 2000's.
For Microsoft Teams, it takes me to a page that recommends Chrome or Firefox. Attached are screenshots. I'd love to contribute but not really sure where to start with something like this.
Thanks Michael Catanzaro for showing me where to post this bug!
So it's easy to add quirks. Making sure we have the right quirks for the right domains requires testing, though, and both these sites require user account login to do that. So you'll need to test it. Are you comfortable with applying a patch and rebuilding WebKit to test?
We have instructions here: http://trac.webkit.org/wiki/BuildingGtk
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Besides checking that it actually works, you'll want to look for anything broken by the Mac platform quirk (e.g. websites might offer only Mac downloads and not Linux downloads).
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Unsetting r?. This isn't ready for review because it needs to be tested first (by someone with accounts on the affected services).