ran npm run db:studio fine but localhost is still loading....

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something
something2mo ago
I am following the new t3 stack project
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⚡Z.E.U.S⚡2mo ago
@something Hey! What browser are you using?
something
something2mo ago
safari i also tried google chrome and same issue, i used the link provided in the terminal
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⚡Z.E.U.S⚡2mo ago
Can you share logs from console in google chrome?
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something2mo ago
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something5w ago
i am also on mac on my windows machine it worked fine, not sure what kind of access I could be missinng on my mac
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⚡Z.E.U.S⚡5w ago
Can you try drizzle-kit@beta? There you need to change the drizzle config a little, but this error should be fixed in the studio
something
something4w ago
how do i change it?
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something
something4w ago
to use beta version
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⚡Z.E.U.S⚡4w ago
You need to update drizzle-kit, add dialect: 'postgresql', remove driver and rename connectionString to url
something
something4w ago
i ran "npm i -D drizzle-kit@beta" to get the beta version
something
something4w ago
updated code like you said
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something
something4w ago
and then "npm run db:studio" and still have the same issue i got it to work now not sure what i did or what happened, ran the "mkcert -install" command on my terminal and then refresh page lol
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⚡Z.E.U.S⚡4w ago
are you using beta version of drizzle-kit?
something
something4w ago
i switch back to regular no i am not using beta
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⚡Z.E.U.S⚡4w ago
then that explains everything. mkcert creates a certificate for drizzle-kit and it is no longer blocked
something
something4w ago
yup, I didnt do it right my bad, i probably missed this step
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⚡Z.E.U.S⚡4w ago
what browser are you using? sorry, already saw above
something
something4w ago
no worries king