June 21, 2018 at 9:56 am #400261
Take advantage of the upcoming Trivantis Roadshow to meet colleagues and though leaders who will examine the opportunities and challenges in the field of Training & Development. This initiative comes to expand upon our traditional LUC as a more personalized and collaborative environment to keep up with the latest trends in the field. Join us as we tackle topics like immersive learning, VR, analytics, xAPI, and how Trivantis Complete can provide provide actionable insights into performance and engagement. To learn more, suggest other locations, and register.
Who’s going????June 22, 2018 at 9:01 am #400334
The buttons at the bottom (register, tell us) do not seem to be working via Chrome desktop. I can access them via Safari mobile.June 22, 2018 at 9:03 am #400336
It’s a pop up so could your pop up blocker be on in Chrome?June 22, 2018 at 9:19 am #400338
Nope, pop-up blocker is off. We’ve tested the buttons on a couple different computers here to the same result. I’ve attempted in IE on the desktop as well and running into the same, but Firefox allows the popup.June 26, 2018 at 7:20 am #400520
Thanks for the reply! I’ll pass this along to our web development team. Would you mind providing some details for troubleshooting? For instance, is it all happening on the same OS? Which one? What browser versions are you seeing the issue one?June 29, 2018 at 10:45 am #400912
All of the browser issues for me are on a Windows 7 Enterprise edition, SP1, 64-bit system.
In Chrome (whatsmybrowser.org/b/7JLKHPR – Though I’m not sure all is accurate, as Java and Flash are both installed and updated regularly, but never report correctly in Chrome):
Dates and Locations section are off alignment; Boston and Where Next? have a white block that resembles a text block, but cannot be clicked on. The Buttons below are indicated by a cursor, but nothing happens when clicked on.
In IE (whatsmybrowser.org/b/ZEMSJWU):
Same experience as Chrome.
In Firefox (whatsmybrowser.org/b/LES5G97):
I assume this is how the experience is supposed to look and perform. Boxes are properly aligned. There is no white block at all. Clicking the button launches an overlay “popup” and darkens the rest of the page. Popups seem to be anchored to the lower right quadrant of the page, and requires me to scroll to see the whole thing, but otherwise, it seems to work fine.
Let me know if you need any other info. I’ve attached a screenshot from the Chrome browser experience. The IE experience is a duplicate.
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Chrisanna (Chris) Paxton McMillinMember2 pts@cpaxton
Any news on this? It now seems it is gone and it will just be a travel sales call to big clients. 🙁September 6, 2018 at 2:49 pm #406493
While our Team was working on logistics of the event, we received a lot of feedback from those who could not attend and decided it would be more productive and useful for our partners if we came directly to you! With that in mind, we’ve decided to forego the regional Roadshow and bring the show one step closer by planning individual customer visits instead.
Please let us know when you have a few minutes to discuss the availability of your team, topics of interest and importance and set a date for this ultra-personalized workshop! We’re more than happy to visit clients both big and small, as well as, accommodate companies that are willing to “buddy” up.September 24, 2018 at 7:11 am #407748
Mike NelsonMember1 pt@MNelson
I never received an email that the Boston event was canceled. If I hadn’t checked this forum for the itinerary, I would’ve driven two hours to get there.
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