Pre-Release IE10 under Win 7


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Robin Bignall

IE10 does not appear to work properly under W7 and I've had to uninstall
it and revert to IE9.
To check this out, those of you with IE10 / Windows 7 can go to
http://docs.raxco.com/perfectdisk/12_5/EN/Index.htm

which is the help index for Perfect Disk. If you then click on any of
the index items, the detail in the right-hand pane does not appear. It
is blank. Quite a basic problem for these index items are just
hyperlinks to bits of the same web page.

Does it work in Windows 8 I wonder?
 
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Dave-UK

Robin Bignall said:
IE10 does not appear to work properly under W7 and I've had to uninstall
it and revert to IE9.
To check this out, those of you with IE10 / Windows 7 can go to
http://docs.raxco.com/perfectdisk/12_5/EN/Index.htm

which is the help index for Perfect Disk. If you then click on any of
the index items, the detail in the right-hand pane does not appear. It
is blank. Quite a basic problem for these index items are just
hyperlinks to bits of the same web page.

Does it work in Windows 8 I wonder?
It's blank in Windows 8 until you resize the window.
 
B

Bruce Hagen

IE10 does not appear to work properly under W7 and I've had to uninstall
it and revert to IE9.
To check this out, those of you with IE10 / Windows 7 can go to
http://docs.raxco.com/perfectdisk/12_5/EN/Index.htm

which is the help index for Perfect Disk. If you then click on any of
the index items, the detail in the right-hand pane does not appear. It
is blank. Quite a basic problem for these index items are just
hyperlinks to bits of the same web page.

Does it work in Windows 8 I wonder?
--
Robin Bignall
Herts, England




I Tried IE10-RP in Win7. The issue I had was that links for a PDF file on a
Website would not open. Not good when you have to download forms.
 
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...winston

"Robin Bignall" wrote in message IE10 does not appear to work properly under W7 and I've had to uninstall
it and revert to IE9.
To check this out, those of you with IE10 / Windows 7 can go to
http://docs.raxco.com/perfectdisk/12_5/EN/Index.htm

which is the help index for Perfect Disk. If you then click on any of
the index items, the detail in the right-hand pane does not appear. It
is blank. Quite a basic problem for these index items are just
hyperlinks to bits of the same web page.

Does it work in Windows 8 I wonder?Fyi - Win8/IE10 compatibility mode works.
i.e try W7/IE10 Preview using the same mode

The source code shows:
<qp>
if (!window.gAgent)
{
// low end browser, we don't even try to determine it.
document.location = "whnjs.htm";
}
else
{
if (!gbNav4&&!gbIE4&&!gbOpera7&&!gbSafari)
document.location = "whnjs.htm";
else if (gbNav4 && !gbNav6 && ((gnVerMinor <= 4.06)))
document.location = "whnjs.htm";
else if (gbMac && gbIE4 && !gbIE5)
document.location = "whnjs.htm";
//figure out which mode is the best

</qp>
 
M

Mellowed

IE10 does not appear to work properly under W7 and I've had to uninstall
it and revert to IE9.
To check this out, those of you with IE10 / Windows 7 can go to
http://docs.raxco.com/perfectdisk/12_5/EN/Index.htm

which is the help index for Perfect Disk. If you then click on any of
the index items, the detail in the right-hand pane does not appear. It
is blank. Quite a basic problem for these index items are just
hyperlinks to bits of the same web page.

Does it work in Windows 8 I wonder?
It seems to work for me in Win7 x64 Pro.
 
X

XS11E

Robin Bignall said:
IE10 does not appear to work properly under W7 and I've had to
uninstall it and revert to IE9.
To check this out, those of you with IE10 / Windows 7 can go to
http://docs.raxco.com/perfectdisk/12_5/EN/Index.htm

which is the help index for Perfect Disk. If you then click on
any of the index items, the detail in the right-hand pane does not
appear. It is blank.
Click on "Compatibility View" and it works perfectly.
Does it work in Windows 8 I wonder?
Yes.
 
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Robin Bignall

"Robin Bignall" wrote in message

IE10 does not appear to work properly under W7 and I've had to uninstall
it and revert to IE9.
To check this out, those of you with IE10 / Windows 7 can go to
http://docs.raxco.com/perfectdisk/12_5/EN/Index.htm

which is the help index for Perfect Disk. If you then click on any of
the index items, the detail in the right-hand pane does not appear. It
is blank. Quite a basic problem for these index items are just
hyperlinks to bits of the same web page.

Does it work in Windows 8 I wonder?
Fyi - Win8/IE10 compatibility mode works.
i.e try W7/IE10 Preview using the same mode

The source code shows:
<qp>
if (!window.gAgent)
{
// low end browser, we don't even try to determine it.
document.location = "whnjs.htm";
}
else
{
if (!gbNav4&&!gbIE4&&!gbOpera7&&!gbSafari)
document.location = "whnjs.htm";
else if (gbNav4 && !gbNav6 && ((gnVerMinor <= 4.06)))
document.location = "whnjs.htm";
else if (gbMac && gbIE4 && !gbIE5)
document.location = "whnjs.htm";
//figure out which mode is the best

</qp>
Winston, thanks for this but I'm not sure what this code is or where it
goes. I'll download 10 again and fiddle around a bit more.
 
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...winston

"Robin Bignall" wrote in message Winston, thanks for this but I'm not sure what this code is or where it
goes. I'll download 10 again and fiddle around a bit more.You can't do much with the code since it’s the source code from the web page (your earlier link) that shows what the page is doing
regarding checking a browser version.

For IE10 on Win7 as previously noted by a few of us....use IE10's Compatibility mode or as Dave noted - resize the window
 
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Robin Bignall

"Robin Bignall" wrote in message
Winston, thanks for this but I'm not sure what this code is or where it
goes. I'll download 10 again and fiddle around a bit more.
You can't do much with the code since it’s the source code from the web page (your earlier link) that shows what the page is doing
regarding checking a browser version.

For IE10 on Win7 as previously noted by a few of us....use IE10's Compatibility mode or as Dave noted - resize the window
Yep, I discovered both of those work OK. I'm glad they do because IE10
otherwise seems fine.
 

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