• Those running Chrome Dev

    Please note there appears to be a bug in Chrome V10 (developer channel) which means you dont see any forum tabs when browsing the forums.
    Until Google resolves the issue please switch to another non-tabbed theme by using the style selector at the bottom of the page or clicking the icon if you are logged in.

    This has been fixed by google now, http://googlechromereleases.blogspot...update_16.html
    Comments 5 Comments
    1. FN-GM's Avatar
      FN-GM -
      Cheers ZeroHour, i have started to use Chrome on my Windows install so would at some point come across this.
    1. ZeroHour's Avatar
      ZeroHour -
      Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
      Cheers ZeroHour, i have started to use Chrome on my Windows install so would at some point come across this.
      Beta and normal release dont have the problem but if you run the bleeding edge dev release it will.
    1. Arthur's Avatar
      Arthur -
      I'm using Chrome v10.0.612.3 and can see the forum tabs.
    1. russdev's Avatar
      russdev -
      I am told that if you update again it will fix the bug.

      Russ
    1. ZeroHour's Avatar
      ZeroHour -
      Yep all working now, cheers.
      Googles word on the fix: Google Chrome Releases: Dev Channel Update
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