I didn't think it would help, but I just added a default browser.engine property to the BrowserEngine.gwt.xml file, just below the <define-property...:--
<set-property name="browser.engine" value="webkit" /> <!-- provide a default as last resort -->
Strange enough this does help, as it does starts now.
The code to determine the strong name has changed to:
strongName = answers[computePropValue($intern_47)][computePropValue($intern_58)];
As you can see the "browser.engine" property has been removed as argument. Before it was:
strongName = answers[computePropValue($
intern_47)][computePropValue($ intern_48)][computePropValue($ intern_59)];
Why this difference?
btw: it seems to work in both chrome/FF.
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