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Google Chrome: Recommended Configuration

Set up Chrome for the best Aconex experience.

Aconex supports the latest version the Chrome browser.

See a list of all the browsers we support.

When using Aconex in Chrome, you may need to:

Clear your browser history

  1. Click the menu icon to the right of the browser’s address bar.
  1. Click History.

  2. Click Clear browsing data….

Clear browsing data...
  1. Select the beginning of time from the dropdown at the top of the page.
  2. Make sure you have selected:
    • Browsing history
    • Download history
    • Cookies and other site and plug-in data
    • Cached images and files.
  3. Click Clear browsing data.
Clearing the browser data
  1. You’re returned to the Settings page.

Allow popups and cookies

  1. Find the Privacy heading and click Content settings…
Click Content Settings
  1. Under Cookies, select Allow local data to be set.

  2. Under JavaScript, select Allow sites to run JavaScript.

  3. Under Pop-ups, click Manage exceptions.

Clicking Manage Exceptions
  1. Type the address of the Aconex instance you use into the box under Hostname pattern heading in the format [*.] (this example is for the Australia/New Zealand instance of Aconex).

  2. Select Allow from the Behavior dropdown.

Adding an exception
  1. Click Finished.

  2. Click Finished on the Content Settings page.

Set up spell checking

  1. Find the Languages heading and click Language and input settings…

  2. On the Languages page, make sure the Enable spellchecking checkbox is checked.

  3. Click Finished.

  4. Close the Settings tab in your browser.

Configuring the Spellchecker

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