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Ig charts on Chromium (or any linux browser)


Dear all


i cannot load charts in Linux environment.

I have chromium, but i have also tried Firefox as well. No luck so far!!


Any help would be highly appreciated



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Hey @Bradipo, what charts are we talking about? The ones from the new platform or the ones from the old/classic platform (in Flash)?

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@Bradipo,  an on going problem with flash is that it keeps getting reset on browser updates. I'm not familiar with your browser set up but you need to go to site permissions (padlock icon on page url in chrome) and make sure flash and java are set to 'allow' (for IG pages) and not 'ask'.


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