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From Ron Wheeler <>
Subject Re: UI problems in Chrome
Date Tue, 12 Nov 2013 20:53:41 GMT
In light of the other reports of Chrome working, I would just do part of 
what I suggested - look for hints in the logs to see what specific 
problems are occurring.

I would also check it on other workstations and from other network 
locations, if that is possible, to see if the problem is restricted to a 
particular machine or to part of your network.
If you can try your Chrome browser against a public Cloudstack install 
that is known to support Chrome, that might give you some hints.


On 12/11/2013 3:17 PM, Ron Wheeler wrote:
> You could tell them that Chrome doesn't support the CloudStack UI.
> That might put it in a better light!
> You should at least file a JIRA with some specific examples and any 
> errors reported in the Chrome console or system logs. At least it will 
> tell people that it needs to be fixed and give them some hints about 
> where to look for the problems.
> Ron
> On 12/11/2013 3:09 PM, David Matteson wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Looking in JIRA I didn't see one ticket describing all the problems 
>> we have with the Cloudstack UI in Chrome; the login form only works 
>> intermittently, most of the views (Instances, Service Offerings, 
>> etc.) don't work properly, and in general it just seems broken.
>> In Firefox, however, it works flawlessly. This is on Mac OS X, both 
>> Mountain Lion and Mavericks.
>> Anyone else experience this issue? Is it known. I noticed that Chrome 
>> is not listed among the browsers in the UI documentation? I don't 
>> know if that's significant, though.
>> This is problematic as we'd like to make the interface available to 
>> some customers, but telling them "It's broken in Chrome." sure isn't 
>> good. :)
>> Thanks.

Ron Wheeler
Artifact Software Inc
skype: ronaldmwheeler
phone: 866-970-2435, ext 102

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