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I have been working on a website in chrome and using the developer console a lot. And now I have managed to deactivate the ability to press stuff with the mouse on the webpage I have been working on.

It's only that webpage and I can select text and use the tab key to select links and press them, but i can not press them with the mouse or select any input boxes with the mouse.

I have no clue what I have done, anyone with any idea?

Edit: i use chrome 17.0.963.12 dev-m

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closed as too localized by Nifle, Sathya Dec 26 '11 at 9:05

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Does the problem persist across a refresh of the page and/or a restart of Chrome? – ziesemer Dec 25 '11 at 22:09
Yes it did. But i found the problem... i had accidentally places the whole page container in the wrong z-index, so yeah... it did not respond to anything because there was i big invisible div in front o it... – Mockarutan Dec 26 '11 at 0:08