Sep 5, 2021, 6:00:20 AM9/5/21
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I wrote a chrome extension and I want to add it as closed beta (accessible to authorized people) to the chrome web store and fix it if there is a problem. However, my extension is rejected due to a 'red potassium' violation. The violation description also states "funcionality2, functionality3 in the extension description do not work or were not reproducible (this word can also be "renewable" or "repeatable". Since the Dashboard is in my native language, I couldn't quite understand what the actual text was. I couldn't find a way to see the original text.) in our review." Not all functionality is included here. For this reason, I deduce that some of functionalities are working correctly. However, in my own testing, all functionality works correctly, so I'm shifting my focus to the statement "in our review, it wasn't reproducible"(again, this word might be "repeatable" or "renewable") in the violation description. I've done research on this statement, but I couldn't find any useful information. There is no information about this in the documentation about the violations in the Webstore. What does this expression mean? What could be the cause of the problem? How does the Chrome review team go about reviewing? Or how can I test these issues?