Twitter feed has the wrong ordering for Google Chrome


#1

Twitter feeds using the customized widget for Twitter seems to appear in a jumbled up order in Google Chrome. They appear to be fine in other browsers however. If there any word on a fix for this?


#2

Do you have an example site we can see the widget you’re having trouble with? Which widget are you using? (there are a few different kinds) What version of Google Chrome are you using?


#3

Using this widget:

http://twitter.com/about/resources/widgets/widget_profile

I’m afraid the website is in UAT phase for a client and access limited by IP, I’ve included the feed code below (with my username substituted in, sorry, I don’t really tweet anything interesting!)

A version of Chrome is bit of a misnomer with the seamless updates that they seem to roll out but this is occurring on the latest 32-bit version 12.0.742.122

Cheers,
Chris


#4

Damn, this post is HTML sensitive isn’t it… try this code!

<script src=“http://widgets.twimg.com/j/2/widget.js”></script>
<script>
new TWTR.Widget({
version: 2,
type: ‘profile’,
rpp: 20,
interval: 3000,
width: 185,
height: 320,
theme: {
shell: {
background: ‘#002147’,
color: ‘#ffffff
},
tweets: {
background: ‘#ffffff’,
color: ‘#002147’,
links: ‘#ad234a
}
},
features: {
scrollbar: true,
loop: true,
live: false,
hashtags: true,
timestamp: true,
avatars: false,
behavior: ‘default’
}
}).render().setUser(‘Archangel5089’).start();
</script>


#5

Here are some links to posts on my blog with Twitter widget entries showing up in random order. All other browsers are okay, only Chrome has the problem.

Twitter ID: NCStateFair
http://idolstages.com/locations/us-nc-north-carolina-state-fair-cap7000/406

Twitter ID: opry
http://idolstages.com/locations/us-tn-grand-ole-opry-house-cap4372/1054

Twitter ID: peacecenter
http://idolstages.com/locations/us-sc-peace-center-concert-hall-cap2100/689

From the Google Chrome support page:
http://www.google.com/support/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=95414
To make sure that you’re protected by the latest security updates, Google Chrome automatically updates whenever it detects that a new version of the browser is available. The update process happens in the background and doesn’t require any action on your part.

Thanks so much if you can help.


#6