Cannot click some buttons in LuCI on Midori

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Masaru Suzuqi
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I am following this guide:
https://mullvad.net/en/help/openwrt-routers-and-mullvad-vpn/
I want to make this setting for this time no matter what but I cannot click the buttons so I cannot proceed to the next step. Please see the attachments. I changed some settings of Midori such as about WebGL or Popup scripts or something but it did not solve this problem. And I also could not find something relates to the "at "Custom Interface".
How can I click the button? It is supposed to open something and I should be able to choose tun0.
Thank you for your support.

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Masaru Suzuqi
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Please delete the second screenshot. My IP address is revealed. I am going to change it so it is OK for me though. Or I might not change it if it is no problem. Something might go wrong with someone.

Magic Banana

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It is supposed to open something and I should be able to choose tun0.

Te guide you link to does not say that. It says:
type "tun0" at "Custom Interface" and press Enter

Masaru Suzuqi
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But there is no space to type something.

Masaru Suzuqi
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See the second screenshot, please? Under the title "Create Interface", there is a column where the letters "MULLVAD_VPN" are written. Here, in this type of space, we can type something freely.

Next, there is a space where the letters "Unmanaged" is written on the middle of the example of LuCI interface. Here, we cannot type something into freely. Because if you click the space, kind of popup appears and you can choose one of them by clicking. You cannot type anything in the space, right? And I can choose "Unmanaged" according to this instruction without problem.

Next, there is another space, this is the subject of this thread, you can see the letters "tun0" and kind of an icon in the space. Here, you cannot choose anything nor type anything because even if you click on the space, or button, nothing happens. There are other this type of buttons too on some pages of LuCI.

There might be a space where I can type "tun0", but at least in this page, there seems not to be such a space, right? How to handle this problem? Would you give me a little bit of your time, please? Or should I ask OpenWRT team? I would mind it because I know they will ignore my email, that may mean it is waste of time. But that might be a problem of OpenWRT rather than Trisquel.

typo: Unmaneged > Unmanaged

Magic Banana

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I would try to do what the guide says: click on what is supposed to be a drop-down menu, type tun0 and [Enter]. If that works, it is a terrible graphical interface: it should not be a drop-down menu, as you wrote.

Masaru Suzuqi
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No I guess it should be a drop-down menu, not a textbox. Because please see the space or the box carefully, before the letter "tun0", there is an icon that its shape seems to be a jack and a LAN cable.

Masaru Suzuqi
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Mullvad team suggested using Firefox, I installed Firefox, and could click the buttons. Then I could proceed the configuration until almost the end, though it lost internet traffic as the result. I always wonder why I cannot connect to 192.168.1.1 with Abrowser, Tor browser, in spite of disabling those respect my freedom and security features. And I don't know why I could not click the buttons with Midori.

Magic Banana

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The Web page to configure the router is probably badly formatted (invalid HTML or CSS): Firefox manages to bypass the issues, unlike some other browsers. Sadly, many Web developers only care that Chrome, Edge/IE, Firefox and Safari properly display the page... if not only Chrome.

Masaru Suzuqi
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I see. BTW, do you use routers? I guess most users of this forum would/should use LibreCMC or at least OpenWRT.
If you use a router with the RFY OS, what browser do you use to configure them? I was using Liferea when I started to learn about routers because Abrowser etc did not load the LuCI interface. Someone of Thinkpenguin said that like "Why don't you use a normal browser such as Abrowser? Liferea is a newsfeeder.".

Magic Banana

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It is surprising that Firefox properly renders the page but not Abrowser, which is a derivative. I use the router in my Internet box and Abrowser properly renders its Web configuration interface.

Masaru Suzuqi
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> It is surprising that Firefox properly renders the page but not Abrowser, which is a derivative.

It is creepy rather than surprising, since I am a so-called average user, unlike like you computer experts.

> I use the router in my Internet box

Is LibreCMC or OpenWRT installed on the router? What is the "Internet box"?? This?

https://www.swisscom.ch/en/residential/help/device/internet-router/internetbox3.html

> and Abrowser properly renders its Web configuration interface.

Some people have suggested disabling javascripts or Noscripts or those kind of stuff to log in to the LuCI interface. Can you see the LuCI interface by default with Abrowser? I mean, if possible, I do not want to use Firefox as much as possible because I might have read some kind of rumors somewhere in this forum that like Firefox sends something automatically by default or Firefox is shipped with some add-ons by default and they sends something automatically. Anyway my impression for Firefox is not good. So if I can use Abrowser to configure the routers like you, I would appreciate it. I know you use Trisquel for all of your systems, if I remember correctly. So, yeah. And if I could understand this problem to some degree, I expect that my rubbish TPE-R1200 might become useful. Because I almost always cannot see its LuCI interface with any browsers, including Liferea. Maybe it relates to this issue? I mean, I guess maybe you can use the Thinkpenguin router with one of your Trisquel systems without problem. And I want to know why.

typo: TPE-1200 > TPE-R1200

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Magic Banana

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What is the "Internet box"??

I mean the router that comes with the modem my ISP provides. The router, named Pace v5471, runs free software: https://github.com/alacn1/pace_v5471

Masaru Suzuqi
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I don't really understand but its logo is the worst among even the free software world anyway. Impossible. Does not it wither you. I got tired. I had already got tired though. Some foot ball player has said that at the end of a match, he runs with spirit, not with physical strength. I have recently felt that I might have understood the feeling. But I am not sure. Because when I was a basketball player, I had abnormal physical strength that everyone was sitting on the floor but I was like "I still have enough energy to run, though..."
By the way I did not miss a shot almost at all and my top speed was not so fast but I was quick to get the top speed, maybe as quick as Messi. I hope that I won't make a mistake because it seems that tired athletes tend to make a mistake easily. And Japanese are fussy about a hierarchy of older-younger relationship compared to other countries' people, you may know. It is maybe only Chinese' and Japanese' custom.
We have talk about French men's "how many times will she kiss on my cheeks?" though, in Japan, we can estimate something, or show complicated feelings to a person by the frequency of honorific words. In some kind of working place, if you lack even one honorific word, that would mean you are already fired. I know that a guy who does it with knowing what he is doing, is OK, though, there are idiots who lack one honorific word with knowing what they are doing. It seems that they could make a mistake easily, as if they are waking a tightrope, because, we have no such custom, we just don't know. Good luck.