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Re: [Public WebGL] text input fields broken on Chrome 10 when webgl used

Interesting, this is breaking my WebGL demos too (eg. <http://learningwebgl.com/lessons/lesson07/index.html>).  Someone had reported it (see comments here <http://learningwebgl.com/blog/?p=684&cpage=1#comment-15999>) but I'd got the impression that it had been fixed when I investigated.   However, a fresh install today of Chrome shows the problem.

This is a pretty serious bug in Chrome.  My earlier experimentation suggested that any checkbox or text input field in a page that gets a WebGL context in the onload handler is broken.



On 14 March 2011 04:42, Stephen Bannasch <stephen.bannasch@deanbrook.org> wrote:

When my users on Windows had their Chrome automatically upgrade from v9 to v10 text input fields stopped working.

Turns out there is a bug entered but it's not clear to me whether any work is being done or if the bug is categorized correctly:


You can see my latest contributions to the thread at the bottom.

I also have an ultra-simple page which demonstrates the issue on Chrome 10 on Windows:


The problem does not occur on Chrome 9 on Mac or Windows, Chrome 10 on Mac, Canary release on Windows or FF v4 on Windows.

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