CORS usually block requests from many websites and make it returning blank.
Why the URL block doesn't use a CORS proxy by default? That way we won't need to find a CORS proxy anymore. Make Snap! use the popular one, https://api.allorigins.win/raw/
There's many reasons - reliability being the top reason not to build it into Snap!
that would break localhost/lan servers
snap shouldn't be responsible for spamming a random cors proxy, and it shouldn't force slowing down the url block with one.
the best use for the url block is for a special hosted server and a cors proxy would just slow that down enough to be unusable for many purposes
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