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etieseler

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In the latest version of Google Chrome v56.0.2924.87, both Mac and Windows 7, when you open the calendar in the Month view it starts out OK. But when you click on a calendar item, it shifts up. Please see the attached image.

It seems to only happen in Chrome. I have not tried previous versions. Has anyone else run into this?

Regards, Eduard

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afisher

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Yes! this is happening to us as well and is a big problem. I don't have time to install firefox on 200+ PC's.
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etieseler

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So are we looking at an issue on Google Chrome?

Or is there an update that Kerio can do to resolve this.

I am running 9.2.0 (2213), are you running the same version or 9.2.1? I am planning on doing that update this week.

[Updated on: Fri, 17 February 2017 21:11]

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Think Fixed

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I just recreated this issue in the latest version of Chrome for Windows using Kerio Connect 9.2.1. You should contact Kerio support, and have them file a bug report with the developers. If you have a lot of PCs, and you don't have some kind of software distribution system in place, this is a good time to think about deploying one. This would enable you to push out versions of browsers that work properly.

[Updated on: Sun, 19 February 2017 00:17]


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