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Google Chrome issues with MP4532

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So, I have a client that is having issues running MP on Chrome. Here's what he says:

"It goes from the intro picture to the dollhouse view, and after a couple of seconds it goes to a gray screen that says:

'Oops, something went wrong. Restart your browser. If the problem
persists, install a supported browser or see our troubleshooting

He also says: "I reinstalled Chrome. The tour works fine in Firefox on the same pc, so likely not a driver issue. I am running on 64-bit processor, should not be an issue either. Tried the trouble-shooter from Matterport when the error comes up and it seems to think the WebGL is working fine too."

Any suggestions??? Chrome works fine for me when viewing 3D tours.
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3SixtyNow private msg quote post Address this user
They may need to enable WebGL.
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Radie842 private msg quote post Address this user
Open Google Chrome. In the address bar, type chrome://flags/, and press Enter. Scroll to Disable WebGL - Enabling this option prevents web applications from accessing the WebGL API, and click Enable: Click Relaunch Now
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