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No, they are permanently on screen... Pressing ALT or releasing it does not change the display. This was probably displayed on just a few browsers, but does not work in Google Chrome (the most widely used browser in the world) in Windows (though I don't think this behavior is just tied to Windows).
 
No, they are permanently on screen... Pressing ALT or releasing it does not change the display. This was probably displayed on just a few browsers, but does not work in Google Chrome (the most widely used browser in the world) in Windows (though I don't think this behavior is just tied to Windows).
 
Note that there are multiple warnings displayed in the Developer console, including deprecated interfaces in several component libraries.
 
Note that there are multiple warnings displayed in the Developer console, including deprecated interfaces in several component libraries.
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And anyway the fact that their position is very wrong and is even worse with browser zooming (where circles are going to higher positions when the text and boxes are shifted down when the zoom lever is larger) is a sign that jQuery or similar APIs are wrong, or make unsafe assumption

Revision as of 13:33, 9 October 2019

No, they are permanently on screen... Pressing ALT or releasing it does not change the display. This was probably displayed on just a few browsers, but does not work in Google Chrome (the most widely used browser in the world) in Windows (though I don't think this behavior is just tied to Windows). Note that there are multiple warnings displayed in the Developer console, including deprecated interfaces in several component libraries. And anyway the fact that their position is very wrong and is even worse with browser zooming (where circles are going to higher positions when the text and boxes are shifted down when the zoom lever is larger) is a sign that jQuery or similar APIs are wrong, or make unsafe assumption