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8/27/2015 1:58 PM
 
I have a page with edit access given to a particular role which is shared by two people.  They both use IE 9 and can see the Edit Page button at the top of the page.  One user is able to mouse over the button and get the various options and actually click the page into edit mode.  The button doesn't do anything for the other user, no sub menu appears on the mouse over and clicking it does nothing as well.  I can't see anything wrong with her internet options, she has Javascript enabled and has also tried clearing her cache.  We are on DNN 7.4.1.  Any thoughts on what might be happening here or what settings I should look at on her browser/workstation?
 
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10/18/2015 6:08 AM
 
Any chance to try with another browser? It might be quick fix for that.

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