UserAgent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:30.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/30.0 Steps to reproduce the problem: 1. Emulate any page using Dev Tools Emulation 2. Stop Emulation and Restart Chrome (possibly computer as well I don't know) 3. Try to navigate any web site that has a drop down menu with sub menus. Or simply hover some text links with mouse over styles like underline on hover. What is the expected behavior? Everything should work fine without any problems. What went wrong? When I hover a link or try to navigate through a menu with sub menus, the hover is all screwed up and not accurate. Also, when using the Dev Tools Drawer it's hard to select the tab. For example, when I click the Emulator tab, the Rendering tab opens instead. Did this work before? N/A Chrome version: 36.0.1985.125 (Official Build 283153) Channel: n/a OS Version: Windows 7 Flash Version: 188.8.131.52 I am experiencing this behavior of Chrome ever since I used the Emulation tool to fix one of my mobile sites. Ever since that day, Chrome has been acting like this and I have to use Firefox because Chrome is virtually unusable. Please advise! I need Chrome because of its Dev Tools.
Jul 23 2014,
P.S. I also tried clearing cache and reinstalling Chrome. What seems to fix the problem is disabling Dev Tools completely in the Settings file by setting the "devtools" property to "disabled":true. However, I still need to use the Dev Tools so this solution does not work for me.
Jul 25 2014,
I am attaching a trace file if that helps.
Jul 28 2014,
This issue looks similar to https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=133915? Thank you!
Jul 28 2014,
This one has nothing to do with issue 133915 . @soundstreamchat, am I right that your mouse position is off for the whole Chrome (including wrench menu, back-forward buttons, any web page links, DevTools, etc.)? What do you mean by disabling DevTools in the Settings? Did you edit your Preferences file?
Jul 29 2014,
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