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GeneralRe: Quotes PinmemberWonde Tadesse6-Mar-14 17:50 
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GeneralFinally IE issue Pinprofessionalrriegel6-Mar-14 16:53 
One of the other developers at work today finally had a problem with ajax not working right in IE... but worked in every other browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera). It was because of that "User Agent" string that IE 10 & 11 passes (the site worked in IE9 fine). If they are going to say they are "Mozilla" shouldn't they at least have it work in Mozilla compatible code is passed back from IIS? We installed a "patch" on our dev server and it finally worked after a reboot. We can't just reboot our live server whenever we want to install this patch (we have many financial transactions per minute). The thing that makes me the maddest is that why use "Mozilla" user agent string if your not to web standards like Mozilla? Microsoft doesn't have a clue what standards are. I use IE to test sites and to download firefox when I get a new machine. That is about the only thing it's good for. It's bad that open source browsers/servers can stay more compliant to web standards than a company that has billions to spend. That is my rant for the day Smile | :)
JokeRe: Finally IE issue PinmvpRyanDev6-Mar-14 17:19 
GeneralRe: Finally IE issue Pinprofessionalrriegel6-Mar-14 17:23 
GeneralRe: Finally IE issue PinmemberJimmyRopes6-Mar-14 19:20 
GeneralRe: Finally IE issue PinmemberMat Fergusson7-Mar-14 1:10 
GeneralRe: Finally IE issue PinmemberDan Neely7-Mar-14 4:10 
GeneralRe: Finally IE issue PinmemberMat Fergusson10-Mar-14 2:04 

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