Sorry for the late response, yesterday and tomorrow are bank holidays in Spain.
As @silvio is not able to answer you today I will try to help you.
I've read the whole thread and spotted a couple of things.
First of all, when installing something for your Bitnami Stack you should try to do it at Bitnami level not system wide. What I mean with this? Bitnami Stacks are not installed system wide, they are auto contained. For this reason, if you try to install some python module with
apt-get, it wont be able to detect the Python Bitnami Stack is working with and will try to install its own. This may end up causing problems with the Bitnami Python or it not recognizing the module you just installed.
In the case of
python-magic it can be also installed using
pip. So the right procedure would be:
pip install python-magic
Silvio means that we can inspect a working database for
style fields. Then check the broken one to see if they differ and try to modify it with the good values expecting the problem to be solved magically.
This can be done following our guide on pgadmin-4. But I am unsure if it is worth it.
Talking about your issues. I can reproduce the issue in Google Chrome 62.0.3202.94 but not in Firefox 57.0 (I tried the credentials you posted but they dont work anymore).
Both browsers loaded exactly the same page (an auth token changed but nothing else).
On my smartphone, Chrome and Safari failed again, Firefox displayed it fine.
The permissions seems to be ok. I narrowed it down a bit.
There are three css files that are not being properly loaded in Chrome:
<link href="/web/content/368-303094c/web.assets_common.0.css" rel="stylesheet"/>
<link href="/web/content/472-1d8ffe8/web.assets_frontend.0.css" rel="stylesheet"/>
<link href="/web/content/473-1d8ffe8/web.assets_frontend.1.css" rel="stylesheet"/>
I can load the css file using the full link in Firefox but in Chrome it shows empty response:
After a couple of minutes that file become unavailable (404 not found) and the page displayed without CSS in Firefox too.
Inspecting another good CSS returned by Firefox, it loaded as a mailbox image in Chrome.
Something is happening internally in Odoo that is messing with the CSS generated files and I bet the mailbox photo is one of the photos you imported with the plugin you installed.
Maybe the plugin is not compatible with your Odoo version.
There are also chances that another component is fiddling with the server responses like PageSpeed.
Try first restarting the services to see if the issue disappears?
If the issue is still there try to flush the pagespeed cache following our guide:
If the issue persist, disable pagespeed at all following our guide:
Hope all these steps can help you solve the problem.
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