URGENT: OAuth captcha broken on Safari 14

Description
When using Safari v14.0 on macOS 10.15.6 (and probably on Big Sur/11 too) the Zoom OAuth screen captcha is stretched hugely which makes it unreadable and hence prevents sign-in.

This is seemingly because the .zm-captcha-img captcha image CSS specifies height: 100% and max-height: 100% but the CSS for containing DIVs (for example .zm-captcha-display or .zm-captcha--small) do not currently specify height or max-height attributes.

Proposed solution
Either replace the image’s CSS with a fixed height or max-height OR apply a fixed height or max-height to one of its parent DIVs.

It would be great if this could be prioritised because it’s presumably preventing up-to-date Mac users from using OAuth to sign in to any Zoom marketplace app right now!!

Thanks.

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Hey @xeio,

Thank you for reaching out about this. Our team is aware of the issue and is looking into it. (ZOOM-198205).

Thanks,
Will

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@will.zoom

Same problem and user can’t login in iphone(ios13.6.1, ios14.0). We hope solve this problem as soon as possible.

Thanks

Hi @Toshi,

Thanks for raising this additional case—This is a priority for our team and we expect it to be resolved shortly. (ZOOM-198205)

Thanks,
Will

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Hi @will.zoom, thanks for your help on this - looks like it has been resolved.

Hey @xeio @Toshi,

This should be resolved now. Thanks again for having raised it with us, and let me know if you still see any issues on your end.

Thanks,
Will

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@will.zoom It looks good!! Thank you!!

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@Toshi,

Great—happy we could get it squared away. Thanks again for your diligence in reporting.

Best,
Will

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