[Xerte] Re: re HTML5 Export - Chrome issue?

Pat @ Pgogy xerte at pgogywebstuff.com
Tue Apr 30 10:23:47 BST 2013

Press f12 which will show a console 

Click on scripts

Do you see any errors?

On 30 Apr 2013, at 10:14, "Roach, David 1" <david.roach1 at ntu.ac.uk> wrote:

> Thanks to Tom and others who helped with my previous query regarding the running of HTML5 exports.
> I am still facing the same issue with 'The project data has not loaded' error message when I run the index file of exported HTML5 LO. I couldn't understand why it wasn't working but this morning I've tried Firefox and IE - the LO runs fine. The issue seems to be with my default Google Chrome browser. It is set to allow sites to run Java. Could anyone offer any advice?
> Many thanks,
> David
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