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Can't run charts in Google Chrome

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Please help, I'm using google chrome and followed all the instructions and my charts still won't load?

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On 11/09/2018 at 17:27, JamesIG said:

Glad you sorted everything @Mojo66 - what was your issue and solution? 

Charts would not run, however I right clicked on the lock next to 'https: and set allow flash player, then refreshed page and now all good :)

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I have the same issue, seems to have started after some kind of chrome update on Tuesday which changed the look of google home page etc

Any ideas please?

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Hi @ArgyleRich, see the link below to a similar thread started on Tuesday concerning the recent issue with charts loading slow or not loading, there are a number of solutions there to fix the problem.

 

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Guest Replicate the old platform

Yep charts not loading on old platform. This is why Flash sucks. I wish they would just recreate the old platform in HTML5 and not use the current "new" platform.

They should make a "second" legacy new platform, one that looks like the old platform but in HTML5. It wouldn't be hard to offer this. Make everything look like the old platform. Colours, font and all. Give us two versions of a new platform. I hate the font and colours on the new one.

 

- Also regarding the current new platform. The charts are ok but the buy/sell buttons on the top right hand of the chart get in the way in a fast moving upwards market. 

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