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problem viewing in chrome

Thread began 11/25/2009 12:57 pm by clickhappy392103 | Last modified 3/01/2011 9:58 am by clickhappy392103 | 4212 views | 27 replies

Justin Nemeth

In an earlier reply I indicated the issue has been logged so we can look into it further. This bug doesn't affect all versions of Chrome, so there is not a simple fix I can point to at this time. I know with Chrome they release browser updates all the time, so my point is its possible Google pushed out a version of the browser that is having trouble with this javascript code.

As you indicated earlier, Safari seems to work. Safari and Chrome both use the same WebKit rendering engine. However, they use different javascript engines. Since Chrome doesn't work on yours, that points to the JS engine causing the issue. What makes it hard to find a fix is it doesn't work on your setup, but has worked fine for me on both windows and mac. So that is where I'm at. I agree it needs to be fixed if possible, but statistically Firefox or IE will be used the most to view the site. I'll keep you posted if we find a fix.


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