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I am working with Chrome 72 and D365 Version 1710 (126.96.36.1991) online.
I found some problems that seem to be specific to Chrome 72. we have tested these on Chrome 71 and Firefox 64.I just created a solution this morning and Chrome is surrounding the solution name with quotes!
I tried it again with Firefox and had no problems.
When I open a form, the form selector is missing at the top of the form:
when it should look like this:
For the form selector, make sure they are enabled with correct security roles that you have.
Does this behavior work fine on other browser at the same time?
Everything works correctly with other browsers. The form selector is rendered under the command/ribbon bar. This is not a security issue. I have checked with other members of the CRMUG user group and they are reporting the same problem on their systems. This is an issue with using CRM on Chrome 72.
Hope this helps someone else.
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There was an alert that came into my Microsoft 365 Admin Center stating a service issue with Dynamics 365 rendering headers in Chrome. Here are the details:
User impact: Users may not be able to view form headers when using Google Chrome version 72.
Title: Form headers not rendering in Google Chrome
User Impact: Users may not be able to view form headers when using Google Chrome version 72.
More Info: As a workaround, users can properly view forms using other internet browsers or older versions of Google Chrome.
Current Status: Our initial investigation determined that forms may not display headers properly when users are viewing in the latest version of Google Chrome (version 72). We are currently investigating telemetry to determine the next steps.
Incident Start Time: Wednesday, January 30, 2019, 10:52 PM UTC
Next Update: Thursday, January 31, 2019, 9:30 PM UTC
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