Description of problem: Prior to the upgrade to Fedora 29, when the Network Manager would connect to a wireless network that required a log on (e.g., work site, hotels) the network manager would popup a window where I could logon. Now I need to open a new browser window (can't be a tab in the open browser window) in order to get an option to log on to the network. So several more clicks to get connected.
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How reproducible: Everytime
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Connect to a network that requires a login
2. No popup occurs
Actual results: No popup occurs
Expected results: A login popup window should open to allow me to log into the selected wireless network
Additional info: This worked Friday on Fedora 28 and does not work after my upgrade over the weekend to Fedora 29
Sounds like a duplicate of bug 1619873.
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