Discussion in 'Classic Poker Chips' started by David Spragg, Apr 8, 2015.
Use the view tab to flip between front and back.
Thank you. Got it now.
This is fantastic dude! Such an easy-to-navigate tool.
Anyone else having issues with the tool in Chrome this morning? Spots are showing up on the edges but some are missing on the faces:
Working OK here. Try reloading the page.
Also not working properly for me.
Tried that - now getting different missing spots
1/2 off sale at CPC? You only get half the spots you want?
Seems to be something with the latest Chrome update. FireFox is working fine for me.
Works fine in Edge. Tried an incognito Chrome window/all extensions and plugins disabled...same results...missing some spots.
Went to check what version Chrome I had and it just auto updated. Same issue now. LOL
Error-chip design tool?
How many damn custom sets you need, brother?
Just tried with my old Firefox 38.8 ESR, working perfectly fine there
I had an issue a few years ago that looks similar to this (missing base color) but it was with IE. But it maybe the same setting for Chrome? I don't know just throwing it out there.
In Chrome its this. I turned it off and it fixes the problem for now.
^^ doesn't fix it for me
That's strange. Did you re-launch the browser?
Web browsers these days have so much intransparent and fragile shit built in that's highly affected by external stuff you wouldn't even think about...
Did you also clear your cookies and local storage? (low chance of that actually affecting it in this very issue, but you never know.)
Oh man, i just tried to dork around on the design tool....what do we do to fix it?
Works fine for me in Firefox. Doesn't like Chrome so much.
There will be an update to fix it.
In case you have not heard, Chrome v64 is fucked. Lots of issues. It is nothing to do with the chip software. Chrome are not going to fix it, they are going to wait until Chrome v65.
That's typical. I check their message board from time to time and that's usually their response with no ETA on the next release. If it wasn't for Hangouts being integrated into Chrome, I'd probably be using FireFox as my default browser.
Firefox is just a different kind of crap, completely redoing the user interface every now and then (making it worse in the process), implementing compatibility-breaking "security features" you can't even manually turn off in advanced settings. But I guess it still looks better when coming from Chrome...
To my knowledge there currently exists no browser that actually assumes his user is mature and knowledgeable about tech.
Maybe I'll try Edge.
...sadly, Edge is my fallback when chrome fails.
and it fails more often than I would like.
Technical term, that.
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