By debugging, we know that the error occurs deep within the Google code, but since we don't have the source, it's difficult to follow, and impossible to figure out the cause.
Since only a small number of sites are affected, we assume that the problem is provoked by another plugin, and we have confirmation from one user that that was the case for him. But we have other users unable to identify the provoking plugin.
By Googling "b.split is not a function", I can find more sites affected by the error. Neither of these examples uses our software, and in the first case, it's not a Joomla site. Quite possibly the owners of these sites are not aware of the problem yet:
https://www.kankakeehealth.org/infectious-disease/covid-19-response-and-recovery/ (open the sliders to see the errors)
These are just examples. There are more.
For our own users we have "solved" the problem by enabling them to load API version 49, but obviously we would like to get to the bottom of this.
Can anyone shed any
light that would help us to track down the problem?
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Array.fromwill have a different implementation than the one MooTools uses.
Array.convertto not overwrite the Native implementation.
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