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I have a Sharepoint 2010 list. When the user adds a new item to the list, 2 text boxes within the list automatically deletes any content that is typed in it. Imagine a timer that has been set to delete content from two text boxes after every 5 seconds!

The funniest thing is that this only happens on 2 users machine. (When I first asked this question on another forum it was only affecting one person. Now I have two!!)

Here are the environment details:

Both users on the exact same version of IE 6. Google Chrome Frame will be presented to all IE6 users. I have removed all custom JQuery functions but this has not helped. Total users without this problem - appx 3000 Total users with this problem - 2 so far

Now here is the kicker .... The same users dont have a problem when accessing the list from another browser!

I am really confused as to why I am getting this problem.

EDIT -> @Spudley: Thanks - I will now try to force the user (well not force really!) to install the latest version of Chromeframe and then I will update you guys. @David - Base browser is IE. The architecture is such that I cannot deploy in another browser. It has to work in IE6 using Chrome Frame! :( @Marco - Yes you are correct. Hence the reason why the site is served via GCF.

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Google Chrome Frame will only be presented to IE6 users who have Google Chrome Frame installed. Have you confirmed that both users are viewing it using Frame, and have you confirmed the version of Frame they're using? (I'm sure you're probably already aware of all this, but it's worth checking) –  Spudley May 14 '13 at 11:34
    
So using Google Chrome Frame doesn't work, but The same users dont have a problem when accessing the list from another browser! Is that Chrome, FireFox, or another? –  David Lozzi May 14 '13 at 13:36
    
This is no help, but IE6 is not supported for SharePoint 2010. Maybe this is the reason. –  Marco Scheel May 14 '13 at 14:27

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