[IPython-User] [IPython-user] Notebook with Chrome 14

eklavyaa eklavyaa@gmail....
Mon Sep 19 17:04:50 CDT 2011

I am having similar issues, but I don't think it is related to the browser.
Here's the setup

Python 2.7.2
IPython 0.12.dev
Tornado Version: 2.0git
Mathjax https://github.com/mathjax/MathJax/tarball/v1.1

# start notebook on machine-1
$ ipython notebook --ip=* --port=5555

Now when I start Chrome (14.0.785.0 (Developer Build 87778 Linux)) on
machine-1, shift-enter works fine: (I open this link in the browser -- 

In [1]: x = 1
In [2]: print x

However, when I do exactly the same thing from machine-2 (sits on a shared
filesystem, so I am using exactly the same Chrome binary and same Chrome
profile), shift-Enter just returns to the prompt without printing out

In [1]: x = 1
In [2]: print x
In [ ]: 

Olivier Grisel-3 wrote:
> 2011/9/19 Konrad Hinsen <konrad.hinsen@fastmail.net>:
>> This morning I noticed that my IPython notebooks didn't work any more -
>> pressing Shift-Return simply advances the cursor to the next cell, but
>> does not cause the current cell to be executed.
>> Searching for what could have changed since Thursday, I found the
>> (automatic) update of Chrome to version 14 as the only candidate. And
>> indeed my notebooks work just fine with Safari.
>> So if you use Chrome for your notebooks, better disable automatic updates
>> if it's not too late already...
> I noticed the same issue 2 days ago. I could workaround the issue by
> restarting chrom(e|ium) and loading the http://localhost:8888 page
> again. I am not sure if there exists a deterministic way to reproduce
> this bug.
> -- 
> Olivier
> http://twitter.com/ogrisel - http://github.com/ogrisel
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