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My Telus webmail viewer has been cut in half vertically today. Chrome version 45.0.2454.85 update loaded last night and things have changed. No setting changes are able to resolve this.
Works fine on IE. Have confirmed other webmail systems are affected as well.
I have posted the problem to Google Chrome Help Forum as well (search for "telus")
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I am having issues as well. It worked in the previous version but not the new one. Now webmail only takes up the left half of the screen with a giant white space on the right. I can't even right click in Chrome in webmail, which is annoying... And View Source is missing also... I'm not liking the new Chrome. Zimbra, the software running Webmail has support for Chrome 4 and up. Shows how old it is. 😞
Well I found the source code and the bugs.
The code for the box that shows the list of messages as well as the box you read them in:
< div id="zv__TV-main" class="ZmTradView" parentid="z_shell" style="position: absolute; overflow: visible; left: 175px; top: 99px; width: 859px; height: 1014px; z-index: 300;">
The following is from the box that displays the message you selected (Chrome) within the above box.
< div id="zv__TV-main__MSG" class="ZmMailMsgView" parentid="zv__TV-main" style="position: absolute; overflow: auto; display: block; left: 348px; top: 0px; width: 511px; height: 1014px;">
Upon further digging, I may have an idea what the bug is and where it came from after comparing the HTML code shown in Firefox for the above two boxes. Bear with me.
Thanks for your efforts Nighthawk - I am not impressed with Google making unnecessary changes and not giving people the option of choosing updates. At least MS gives us that courtesy.
Really don't want to switch browsers, but maybe this will be the time.
I've been having the same problem since the other night as well. I just got off a chat with a telus agent. He said that there are ongoing issues between webmail and chrome, and that the easiest fix would be to switch to explorer until it's resolved. I don't really want to do that, though.