I was using Firefox but have been experiencing problems since 4 .0 was released and wanted to try Chrome but I get a message telling me there is no plug-in to display content. Any help?
I use Logmein with Chrome 10.0. It works fine, however you need to have Java installed to access all the features.
The main issue I find is that the copy and paste function doesn't work. This is frustrating when you need to copy a URL.
I presume you have the latest java installed?
I do and I can see it load in the task bar but the screen displays a message in the center stating that there is no plu-in and just sits there. Any other ideas? Thanks for your help.
Thank you for your questions and welcome to the community.
We are currently developing a plugin for the Google Chrome browser, but it has not been released as of yet.
I would highly suggest using one of our compatible browsers (Internet Explorer or FireFox).
Since you mentioned you were having issues using FireFox, I would suggest simply reinstalling the FireFox plugin.
I hope this helps,
I didn't realize that Chrome wasn't supported; there was no user-agent check when I started LogMeInCentral on Chrome. I found that Chrome 12 worked pretty well except for one issue, which you may have already found: when you single-left-click anything, it sends a double-left click followed by a single-left-click to the remote computer. This means, for example, if you launch something from the Start menu, two copies may launch.
Sooo it's been nearly a year since you said that you were working on a plugin for Chrome. Any updates on how that's going? Does it really take a year to develop a plugin?
Really need Chrome clipboard sync, copy and paste functionality. Chrome is hugely popular, would love LMI to support it. Has anyone explained why such a delay in releasing Chrome plugin? Technical issues with Chrome+Java?
I recommend LMI to everyone I know, use it for both work and home, but have run into this bump with SO many people in the last year it's becoming a bit of a black eye... LMI, tell us know what's going on and what's on the roadmap, please.
So, now that Chrome has the same marketshare as Firefox and IE, and twice as many users as Safari, can we get a plugin?
I think at this point it's safe to say that Chrome isn't just a fad....
A plug-in for Chrome is overdue, considering it just passed IE in browser utilization. Java has too much latency, making the product unusable. I feel silly using one browser for everything BUT Logmein.