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Whenever I try to access http://dcx.sybase.com/index.html#html/contents.htm with google chrome I get 'Loading DocCommentXchange...' but nothing else. http://dcx.sybase.com works fine but as soon as I try to browse to the documentation it does the same thing. Internet Explorer works fine however Chrome is my default. It's not a big problem but does anyone else have the same issue ?

My Chrome version is 6.0.472.63

asked 11 Nov '10, 09:27

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Hello, Daz Liquid. We are not seeing this on Chrome 7 so we installed Chrome 6 but still were not able to reproduce this. Not sure what to recommend. Have you tried the usual clearing your browser cache/cookies (be sure to delete cookies), etc.?

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answered 11 Nov '10, 20:26

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I tried clearing everything out, even tried incognito mode to make sure no odd extensions were causing the problem.

I've upgraded to the 7.0.517.44 version and everything is working fine now. I'm not sure what the problem was but thanks for trying to help.

(12 Nov '10, 08:45) Daz Liquid

I'm not seeing this problem, but I'm on Chrome 7.0.517.44. I have seen the occasional problem on dcx on Chrome in the past and have reported them to the dcx team. I'll let them know about this one.

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answered 11 Nov '10, 11:54

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