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Recaptcha::RecaptchaError in RegistrationsController#create

The documentation for installation provides a default initializer like so:

Recaptcha.configure do |config|
  config.public_key  = 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXX'
  config.private_key = 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXX'
  config.proxy = ''

Delete the final line if you are not using a proxy:

config.proxy =

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Google new reCaptcha
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Google Recaptcha - GetResponse not returning JSON
Okay, I'm an idiot. I thought I had read the specification correctly, turns out I missed the essential call to this URL After I plugged in my private key and the encoded response, I got my JSON object. Hope this clears up any confusion for other people in my position

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Is it possible to use the Object.create pattern to create a CustomEvent object?
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