We have received reports of customers experiencing inoperative Find screens in the latest versions of Chrome (64 and 65) and other browsers. Fluke is aware of this issue and is working on a fix. In the meantime, we will use this article to share information we find that may help. Please follow this article to receive updates.
This issue was resolved by the MET/TEAM Version 2.2 Hot Fix. You can find information on that Hot Fix here: https://support.flukecal.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000554303
For Users Running Earlier Versions:
Previous Chrome installers will be located on your PC in the following file location: C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application
Copy one of the older version installers (open the version numbered folder and find the Installers folder) to C:\Temp. Then uninstall your current version of Chrome and reinstall from the old installer. Disable automatic updates to prevent the move to Version 65 temporarily until a resolution is found.
Additionally, if your default search criteria was barcode, you can still start typing a barcode and hit enter and it will open the asset you want. The structure of the search is operational. It's just the visualization that is broken.
Some users have had success in reducing the frequency of the issue by running developer tools in their browser (by pressing F12). Switching to another browser may also help for some users.
We are currently evaluating plans for fixes to version 2.0.6 and 2.1.2 but do not have a timeline for these.