Posted a few days ago about a sudden problem I've been having with Chrome. Although I am no longer getting a "you can't access this" message, the remaining problems are still happening.
Whenever I am in edit mode, the modules keep going wonky on me and I have to reload the entire page and re-access the module. Sometimes I have to reload three or four times before the module works properly.
"What does it do?" you may ask...
Well, as soon as I click on it to make a change, the entire pop-up window gets "stuck" to the mouse pointer. As I move my mouse, the window floats around on my screen with the pointer. It separates when I get the mouse pointer up onto the Chrome buttons, but if I try to return to the module, it reattaches. In other words, the module itself becomes the mouse pointer within the hub frame.
Please, please tell me what will fix this problem! It's taking an extra 30-minutes to compile a hub these days, and at a hub a day, that means it's wasting about fifteen hours of time a month!
Sorry to hear about the problems you are experiencing.
It appears you are using an old version of Chrome (15.0.874.106).
The current stable version is Chrome 21.
If you upgrade to Chrome 21, do you still have the same issues?
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