Whenever I start a new assignment, it covers the bar to enter the assignment name with a random list of six previous assignment names and I have to click off to the side to get rid of it. Not a big deal for one assignment. I'm putting in about 40 assignments each for 5 classes, and this gets really, really old and annoying after about the 50th time I hit this delay. It's nearly as annoying as when the mouse moves less than half an inch to the right of the "score entry points" and it pops up a window asking me if I want to save or delete the changes. Both of these make putting in grades an exercise in frustration and wasted time. Once or twice, sure. 200+ times? Problem. There's also no way to use "tab" to go to the next field, so it's mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboarmouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-d-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard-mouse-keyboard to enter things in.
Please tell me there is some way to get rid of these features??? I haven't been able to find it, and it's incredibly frustrating, like the programmers deliberately sat and went "oooh, I know!!! Let's make them use their mouse constantly! AND, we'll set it so that if they go just a tiny bit to the side of the box they want to type in, it pops up a window to block them from simply moving the mouse back! Brilliant! This sort of low-level irritation is what we're looking for, there's a bonus in your paycheck for this one!". 😞
I am sorry you are having such an experience.
To help assist you, would you please provide the name of the PowerSchool product that you are using? It should be along the line of PowerSchool SIS, PowerSchool Performance Matters, PowerSchool Learning, etc.
@maroongrad Not sure if this will fix some of the issues, but have you tried to clear browser history or using a different browser. We have noticed recently when using Chrome things don't always work the way they should.
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