IE 11 - Bookmarks Context Menu Appearing On The Wrong Screen.
If I didn't have Google stock (and I don't have much), I'd jump shit to Firefox because this is driving me nuts. Surface 2 Pro Windows 8.1 Thanks Comment 7 by [email protected], Sep 15 2014 Processing This started happening to me as well. Top ↑ Format Bug ▴ For Printing XML Legacy JSON Home | New | Browse | Search | [help] | Reports | Product Dashboard Privacy Notice | Legal Terms Tech Support Then close all browser screens, and re-open CTI Navigator Web.
is the problem seen in High DPI too? I do this way. The y-coordinate seems to display correctly, it is only the x-coordinate that is wrong. I am on Fedora 23, with Firefox 44.0.2.
CHANGELOG URL: https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/src/+log/a2779cc129b92a502c615989a688b05526a47b67..69c65bbcf73b66e226f7cc4cd8e30bb07b648d09 Comment 40 by [email protected], Dec 21 2014 Processing hi - thanks for trying the bisect, you could try going back further - Chrome 33 (March 2014) is r257193 If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? Comment 14 by [email protected], Mar 13 2013 Processing Labels: -Pri-2 Pri-1 M-27 Owner: [email protected] Comment 15 by [email protected], Mar 13 2013 Processing This issue is now appearing in the following build: Enable the Adobe Flash Player in your browser (select under your browser in the Index below).
It's unbearably slow, but oddly, it always draws popup menus on my second monitor, which is attatched to the OEM Rage Iic card. The time now is 21:17.
Bug 61000 popup menus appear on second monitor (OEM Rage Iic card) Alias: --- Summary: popup menus appear on second monitor (OEM Rage Iic card) NEW Unassigned ▾ Reset Sections Expand For other errors, see CTI's Instructions to Fix Errors when using CTI Navigator web page. ▲ Back to the TOPIC Index at the top of this web page ▲ Back why not just make it work properly like before? Toremovespecific unwanted or troublesome browser add-ons andtoolbarsinInternet Explorer, open your WindowsControl Panel> select "Uninstall a Program" (under "Programs and Features")or select "Add/Remove Programs"> select the appropriate toolbar or add-on > click
Comment 43 by [email protected], Mar 15 2013 Processing Issue 193520 has been merged into this issue. Only happening with chrome as well. Comment 29 by [email protected], Oct 17 2014 Processing #28 [email protected] That is my version.... 38.0.2125.104 m and I still have the problem. The Favorites Center is now shown.
At least they used to. Windows XP warning: To ensure that you can access the Internet, it is advisable to download and install another browser (if possible) before you uninstall IE8 in Windows XP. If the System Exception error persists, or you would like additional assistance: Click the "Show Details" button on the error screen Click the Copy button Open your personal email program: click Chrome version Version 43.0.2357.125 (64-bit) Comment 81 by Deleted [email protected], Aug 3 2015 Processing I have the same issue on Linux as of build 42 and still on 43 (currently 43.0.2357.134).
Also, when running chrome on secondary monitor (maximized): - Detaching tab from browser window misbehaves Drag and drop a single tab from main browser instance on secondary monitor to create browser Comment 37 by Deleted [email protected], Mar 15 2013 Processing Earlier today everything was fine, and now I am having this problem, is there a way to fix it? How to Get Good Old 3D Pinball Game, InkBall, Hold ‘Em, Windows Movie Maker, Windows Calendar and ClipBook Viewer in Windows 7? Started Firefox in a dual-head configuration like I ASCII-art'ed in comment 27, moved it around to the left and right monitors and tried to open right-click popup menus in various positions.
Comment 20 by [email protected], Oct 9 2014 Processing Have no fear. An alternative, but much less frequently used, extension to the original "IE Tab for Chrome" is "IE Tab Multi (Enhance)". Move the firefox window to the secondary monitor. 5.
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Here's an ASCII-art diagram: +----+ | 2 | +----| | | 1 | | +----+----+ 1 is the internal screen, 2 is the external screen. It's literally basing its position off the physical position of the link. - I'm running a Win8.1 laptop, with 3200x1800 on the laptop (primary) display, feeding a USB3 dock to DVI Main monitor 2880x1800, secondary monitor 1920x1200 Just updated to Chrome Version 38.0.2125.101 m Windows 8.1 x64 Comment 19 by [email protected], Oct 9 2014 Processing I have the exact same issue! We are in-process of getting the set-up and installing 'DisplayLink' s/w to reproduce this issue locally.
futuring.Target Milestone: --- → Future Mike Stockman - Comment 5 • 15 years ago I can add some additional info, from using Mozilla (build ID 2002030508, OS X) on my Titanium I also tried the workaround mentioned in JennVDBu in comment #17. If "Block pop-ups windows" is checked, you can either uncheck it to allow pop-up windows; or you can click the Exceptions button beside "Block pop-ups windows" and specify that the website [email protected], can you look into this?
Found this in the g+ group for android. All user reports are from Windows operating system only For more details, refer the user reports below http://goto.google.com/729880599 http://goto.google.com/659270709 http://goto.google.com/728606563 For further more user reports, refer the below cluster URL http://goto.google.com/c4398786 It's sad, since the Win32 API is so easy to work with. Comment 37 by [email protected], Dec 20 2014 Processing since we can't repro here it would be useful if someone could try and bisect to see when this started happening.
This can be caused by missing or corrupted registration of some Internet Explorer system libraries (dll files) - especially in Windows 7. Duplicate of bug #1361439 Remove Convert to a question Link a related branch Link to CVE You are not directly subscribed to this bug's notifications. Left side is the first monitor and on the right side is my second one. Closed Firefox, unplugged external display cable, started Firefox, tested the right-click menu once, then plugged in the cable after FF was already running and repeated my tests from #1.
Has anyone opened a new issue that I can comment on? Happy Holidays! Since the build options of firefox no doubt vary across platforms it would be useful if someone else could test and confirm that this will no longer be an issue in Chrome Version 38.0.2125.104 m If I right-click anywhere on the left-half of the screen, or click to expand a bookmark bar folder which is on the left-hand part of the screen,