Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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.