bokeh toolbar does not work in Chrome, works in FF

Python 3.4

running a virtual environment on my ubuntu laptop with all necessary pip installs (bokeh, pandas, numpy etc._

I’ve been working through the tutorials, then running some of the example files from the bokeh github repo.

The tutorials and example files are working on both both Chrome and FF: plotting lines, charts and plotting glyphs on a google map… however, I’ve noticed that the bokeh toolbar (wheel zoom, box zoom, save, etc.) does not work at all in Chrome, but it works fine in FF.

Is this a known issue or is there something that I’m missing?

Hi,

This is not a know issue, AFAIK. Can you submit an issue on the GH issue tracker? We are still working on automated selenium testing that would help us catch an UI/UX problems, but we do extensively test across browsers and platforms before releases. I've never encountered a problem with the toolbar on Chrome before, so this would require some effort to investigate. If you have the time to check out a dev-build or the upcoming 0.9 release candidate that might save us the effort (if it is working in the newer packages).

Thanks,

Bryan

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On May 8, 2015, at 8:01 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Python 3.4
running a virtual environment on my ubuntu laptop with all necessary pip installs (bokeh, pandas, numpy etc._

I've been working through the tutorials, then running some of the example files from the bokeh github repo.

The tutorials and example files are working on both both Chrome and FF: plotting lines, charts and plotting glyphs on a google map... however, I've noticed that the bokeh toolbar (wheel zoom, box zoom, save, etc.) does not work at all in Chrome, but it works fine in FF.

Is this a known issue or is there something that I'm missing?

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Thanks, Bryan, I verified that this is an issue with my ubuntu laptop, doesn’t happen on other ubuntus at my workplace with Chrome. So this is not an issue. Sorry for the confusion.

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On Friday, May 8, 2015 at 12:07:21 PM UTC-4, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

Hi,

This is not a know issue, AFAIK. Can you submit an issue on the GH issue tracker? We are still working on automated selenium testing that would help us catch an UI/UX problems, but we do extensively test across browsers and platforms before releases. I’ve never encountered a problem with the toolbar on Chrome before, so this would require some effort to investigate. If you have the time to check out a dev-build or the upcoming 0.9 release candidate that might save us the effort (if it is working in the newer packages).

Thanks,

Bryan

On May 8, 2015, at 8:01 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Python 3.4

running a virtual environment on my ubuntu laptop with all necessary pip installs (bokeh, pandas, numpy etc._

I’ve been working through the tutorials, then running some of the example files from the bokeh github repo.

The tutorials and example files are working on both both Chrome and FF: plotting lines, charts and plotting glyphs on a google map… however, I’ve noticed that the bokeh toolbar (wheel zoom, box zoom, save, etc.) does not work at all in Chrome, but it works fine in FF.

Is this a known issue or is there something that I’m missing?


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No problem, glad it is working as expected!

Bryan

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On May 8, 2015, at 11:56 AM, Erin Mullaney <[email protected]> wrote:

Thanks, Bryan, I verified that this is an issue with my ubuntu laptop, doesn't happen on other ubuntus at my workplace with Chrome. So this is not an issue. Sorry for the confusion.

On Friday, May 8, 2015 at 12:07:21 PM UTC-4, Bryan Van de ven wrote:
Hi,

This is not a know issue, AFAIK. Can you submit an issue on the GH issue tracker? We are still working on automated selenium testing that would help us catch an UI/UX problems, but we do extensively test across browsers and platforms before releases. I've never encountered a problem with the toolbar on Chrome before, so this would require some effort to investigate. If you have the time to check out a dev-build or the upcoming 0.9 release candidate that might save us the effort (if it is working in the newer packages).

Thanks,

Bryan

> On May 8, 2015, at 8:01 AM, [email protected] wrote:
>
> Python 3.4
> running a virtual environment on my ubuntu laptop with all necessary pip installs (bokeh, pandas, numpy etc._
>
> I've been working through the tutorials, then running some of the example files from the bokeh github repo.
>
> The tutorials and example files are working on both both Chrome and FF: plotting lines, charts and plotting glyphs on a google map... however, I've noticed that the bokeh toolbar (wheel zoom, box zoom, save, etc.) does not work at all in Chrome, but it works fine in FF.
>
> Is this a known issue or is there something that I'm missing?
>
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