Occasionally, when opening a wikipedia page I get this type of error in Chrome:
Warning: This extension failed to redirect a network request to
http://www.wikiwand.com/en/Lymphoma because another extension (HTTPS
Everywhere) redirected it to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lymphoma.
While it seems that it doesn’t affect anything significant, it keeps causing me to click the 3-bars button and check the error, which is just annoying.
Any idea how to get rid of this without having to disable my extensions?
two (Chrome/Web)-Extensions tried to redirect the same request. In this case
the most recently installed extension wins and all others are ignored.
uBlock (and others) consider this non-fixable on their part, as
An extension is not notified if its instruction to modify or redirect has been ignored.
<exclusion pattern="^http://(?:w+.)?stack(?:exchange|overflow).com/users/authenticate/" />
It should be possible to exclude all wikipedia.org links, as the wikiwand extension then redirects to wikiwand.com (if that works), but wikiwand acknowledges:
There are some known problems with those extensions: Kill Evil, HTTPS Everywhere
… but not on the main conflicts list.
It seems as if wikipedia already uses
https, so simply excluding wikipedia.org would not pose a problem.