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File Manager Problem with Chrome

Thread began 4/17/2012 2:08 pm by Surdej Web Solutions | Last modified 7/09/2012 8:50 pm by Surdej Web Solutions | 3011 views | 15 replies


Originally Said By: jeff324624
  I'm having a weird problem with HTML Editor and the file manager with Chrome. All of a sudden, when you click browse server to add a image or file, the File Manager Window opens under my current window but I can't get to it. I can see the window open if I scroll over the Chrome Icon on my taskbar but when I try to click on it I can't access it.

It works fine with Internet Explorer. I have had a client ask me if it was down but they are experiencing the same problem. Anyone have any ideas what could be causing this?

Thank you for any help or ideas.


I too am having this exact problem. It is Chrome v 18. Any solutions out there? I can see it in my task bar, but either have to Maximize it or open it up as a Tab, then it will work. Very annoying. However, I went to FCKEditor site and their newest version doesn't perform in that manner in Chrome. Perhaps WebAssist simply needs the latest upgrade to FCKEditor?

Please advise.

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