thebaysingerboy Aug 19 '12

i am having trouble with the draft freezing with a gray box when i try to drag someone to the queue... I've tried it now with 5 different Apple computers... thoughts?

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thebaysingerboy Aug 19 '12

I am using Mountain Lion

Safari 6.0 (I have also tried the latest Firefox & Chrome and it did the same thing)

No error messages. It's just when i try to drag a player it freezes and leaves a shadow box... if i don't try to drag a player it will work fine, I'm just unable to use the queue.

I am starting to wonder if it is the latest Java update from Mac.

FFCSR_Hal Fleaflicker Admin  Aug 19 '12

Looking into for you, thanks.

thebaysingerboy Aug 19 '12

thanks a ton! it's draft day! 1hour 15 minutes...

FFCSR_Hal Fleaflicker Admin  Aug 19 '12

I would need more information.

1) What OS are you using on the Apple?

2) What browser and version

3) Can you describe any error messages you're getting?

thebaysingerboy Aug 19 '12

I am using Mountain Lion

Safari 6.0 (I have also tried the latest Firefox & Chrome and it did the same thing)

No error messages. It's just when i try to drag a player it freezes and leaves a shadow box... if i don't try to drag a player it will work fine, I'm just unable to use the queue.

I am starting to wonder if it is the latest Java update from Mac

FFCSR_Hal Fleaflicker Admin  Aug 22 '12

A couple of workarounds (it's a known issue with java and the Mac OS you are using):

1. pop the applet out of its browser window. You can do this manually by holding down CMD-Shift and then drag the applet by its title bar (the top).

2. you can still manipulate queue with right-clicks.

krum 8 Months

can you explain this pop applet out? i dont get it. seems to work on double click before draft, but in mock draft it drafted that player as commish. i am commish and right click not working. if i double click it tries to draft said player.

FleaMod Fleaflicker Admin  8 Months

Since this was over a year ago, the Java system is acting a bit differently. Try on your browser and that's your best bet to know. Thanks.