Frigate blank screen for WebUI

I have Frigate working really well on 64 bit Pi4 except the WebUI is just a blank white screen. The log shows no issues and both cameras do everything they should. I am using the HA operating system and have even tried a basic install with just MQTT and Frigate 11.1 installed. Again everything works except the WebUI. I am sure i am doing something stupid but I can’t see it.
This is the log
s6-init] making user provided files available at /var/run/s6/etc…exited 0.
[s6-init] ensuring user provided files have correct perms…exited 0.
[fix-attrs.d] applying ownership & permissions fixes…
[fix-attrs.d] done.
[cont-init.d] executing container initialization scripts…
[cont-init.d] done.
[services.d] starting services
[services.d] done.
[2022-10-12 07:48:39] frigate.app INFO : Starting Frigate (0.11.1-2eada21)
[2022-10-12 07:48:39] frigate.app INFO : Creating directory: /tmp/cache
Starting migrations
[2022-10-12 07:48:39] peewee_migrate INFO : Starting migrations
There is nothing to migrate
[2022-10-12 07:48:39] peewee_migrate INFO : There is nothing to migrate
[2022-10-12 07:48:39] frigate.app INFO : Output process started: 217
[2022-10-12 07:48:39] detector.cpu1 INFO : Starting detection process: 216
[2022-10-12 07:48:39] frigate.edgetpu WARNING : CPU detectors are not recommended and should only be used for testing or for trial purposes.
[2022-10-12 07:48:39] frigate.app INFO : Camera processor started for Visitor: 221
[2022-10-12 07:48:39] ws4py INFO : Using epoll
[2022-10-12 07:48:39] frigate.app INFO : Camera processor started for Cars: 223
[2022-10-12 07:48:39] frigate.app INFO : Capture process started for Visitor: 224
[2022-10-12 07:48:39] frigate.app INFO : Capture process started for Cars: 226
[2022-10-12 07:48:40] ws4py INFO : Using epoll
[2022-10-12 08:01:11] ws4py INFO : Managing websocket [Local => 127.0.0.1:5002 | Remote => 127.0.0.1:60256]
[2022-10-12 08:01:16] ws4py INFO : Terminating websocket [Local => 127.0.0.1:5002 | Remote => 127.0.0.1:60256]
[2022-10-12 08:19:06] ws4py INFO : Managing websocket [Local => 127.0.0.1:5002 | Remote => 127.0.0.1:51000]
[2022-10-12 08:19:07] ws4py INFO : Terminating websocket [Local => 127.0.0.1:5002 | Remote => 127.0.0.1:51000]

This is the frigate.yml

mqtt:
host: core-mosquitto
user: mqttclient
password: Sirena44

detectors:
cpu1:
type: cpu

#Global Object Settings
objects:
track:
- person
- car
filters:
person:
min_area: 5000
max_area: 100000

cameras:
Visitor:
ffmpeg:
inputs:
# High Resolution Stream
- path: rtsp://admin:@1**/h264Preview_01_main
roles:
- record
# Low Resolution Stream
- path: rtsp://admin:*****@**********/h264Preview_01_sub
roles:
- detect
- rtmp
snapshots:
enabled: true
timestamp: true
bounding_box: true
record:
enabled: true
retain:
days: 0
events:
retain:
default: 2
detect:
width: 1280
height: 720
fps: 5

Cars:
ffmpeg:
inputs:
# High Resolution Stream
- path: rtsp://admin*******@:554/h264Preview_01_main
roles:
- record
# Low Resolution Stream
- path: rtsp://admin:
@*******:554/h264Preview_01_sub
roles:
- detect
- rtmp
snapshots:
enabled: true
timestamp: true
bounding_box: true
record:
enabled: true
retain:
days: 0
events:
retain:
default: 2
detect:
width: 1280
height: 720
fps: 5
if anyone can help I would be very grateful/

What are you using to try and access the webUI?

Windows 11 computer with Ryzen 7 running Firefox. Nvidia 1050 Grahpics card

I mean what URL

Sorry, Home assistant local ip /ccab4aaf_frigate/dashboard

If it’s blank then you should be able to use inspect element in your browser to view the browser logs

otherwise I’d recommend going into the frigate addon settings and mapping port 5000 then going to http://[ha ip address]:5000 and that should work

Reply. Thanks very much. Once you got me thinking about browser settings I tried MS Edge in place of Chrome and it worked. Thanks