We make every effort to ensure that UXPin is as stable as possible, but even the best things can sometimes break. Before you reach out to our customer service, we suggest trying these solutions first. They may solve the problem right away.
Clear Your Browser's Cache
Clearing the browser’s cache will rule out the risk that it’s caused by some local problems.
To clear cache in Google Chrome, first open the browser’s menu in the upper right corner by clicking the hamburger icon. Choose Settings from the menu. Open Advanced at the bottom of the menu to see more options, click Clear browsing data. Change the Time range drop-down to All time and click Clear data.
To clear cache in Firefox, click the menu button and choose Preferences. Select the Privacy & Security panel. In the Cookies and Site Data section, click Clear Data.
In Safari, go to the Safari tab in the menu bar. Choose the Preferences option there. In the Preferences menu select the last tab, Advanced, and activate the Show Develop menu in the menu bar. When you do that, you’ll instantly see the Develop menu in the bar. Open it and choose Empty Caches from the options.
We all know that plugins can be huge time savers. However, an incompatible one may be causing more problems than good, which is why it's best to run UXPin in the browser without any plugin, such as Adblock, etc. in the background.
Reset the Desktop App
You know the drill: “Have you tried restarting it yet?”, or at least that's what many IT folks say when something goes wrong. But sometimes hitting restart can actually fix an issue in the UXPin desktop app. If possible, make sure to save your work, then go to Help in the top menu and select Reset App Settings.