Posted: 20 Mar 2016 5:23 EDT Last activity: 4 Oct 2018 13:54 EDT
Overlay menu won't disappear in Chrome
When looking for this Chrome issue I'm not able to find the same problem, but I guess I'm not the first... After opening an (overlay) menu in the designer studio, it won't disappear anymore after hovering from it, which makes chrome impossible to work with. If you click on items in the menu they open, but submenu's won't open (like Switch Application). When using firefox, there is no issue. I'm using Chrome version 49 but the issue has been there for longer.
When using Pega Academy, I get a different (but similar?) issue while clicking on Course Library, it won't open.
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I tested this with a fresh Pega system on Chrome 49 and I don't see the issue, so it's likely something local to your system. Try opening Designer Studio in an Incognito window to rule out any Chrome settings or addons that might be causing the issue.
Also, what version of Pega are you using? I can tell it's 7.1.x from the screenshot, what's the minor version?
I am facing the same issue on Chrome. I am able to reproduce this behavior on various versions of Pega 7.X.
So far I have noticed three odd issues in Chrome in my new laptop - T460s with Windows 7 build. Reinstalling Chrome and removing all add-ons did not fix this issue. Don't face this issue on my old laptop.
1. Menu control overlay won't appear, but it will open the main landing page.
2. Calendar Date Controls on does not work on screens. Manually have to type the date. You can test this behavior on https://expense.pega.com from your affected Chrome browser.
2. Right-click in Designer Studio does not bring Pega context menu, instead it brings Browser Context menu as shown below.
Is there a pattern to this issue,
In terms of browser version? Mine is latest Version 51.0.2704.63 m (64-bit)
Don't face this issue on IE 11, but the Menu borders looks slightly different.
Laptop build etc? Windows 7 64 bit on T460s?
Before this becomes wide spread issue for clients, can someone from GCS / Engineering take a look at this issue? Adam Kraus
I tested with 64-bit Chrome, thinking that might be the issue, but it works on my end with 64-bit Chrome too. This is almost certainly something on the browser or client OS end, but I don't know what as I can't reproduce it.