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Like another user described, I am experiencing a bug with Google Chrome's context menus disappearing. That question was here: How to fix disappearing Context Menus in Chrome

After upgrading Chrome as suggested by Remirol, the error persists.

When the context menu disappears, the outline remains but only barely. On mouseover of the menu's selections the various selections will reappear individually.

See the attached screenshot images:

Initial outline, can you see it? enter image description here

Mouseover some but not all... enter image description here

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I would try and disable GPU Acceleration. If that works I would update my drivers to my graphics card and enable it again. If that doesn't work try creating a new Chrome user profile. – Ramhound Jan 11 '14 at 1:38

I just fixed this on my Chrome browser.

  1. Go into Chrome settings.
  2. Click "Show Advanced Settings".
  3. Scroll down to the System section.
  4. UNCHECK "Use hardware acceleration when available".
  5. Restart Chrome.
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New info Jan 28: Another fix: Google Chrome Developers have identified this bug -- which primarily affects people with dual-monitors. They have an initial "fix" for the bug in the new developer-oriented "Canary" browser for those who want to install that. Presumably a normal Chrome fix will be released soon. Details here:!topic/chrome/0jDqSbITTkA – Slikkster Jan 28 '14 at 11:55
+1 This helped me too. And yes I do have a dual monitor configuration. – ja72 Feb 5 '14 at 14:47
Same thing for me, with dual monitor. I was struggling several weeks until I found this answer :) Thx a lot! – XMight Feb 11 '14 at 12:22
This is NOT a fix - it is just a workaround. – Michal Przybylowicz Jun 28 '15 at 16:29

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