Officially supported web browsers/versions?

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Hi there, I'm just curious if Replicon has a list of officially supported browsers? The reason I ask is because we primarily use IE 11, but it seems at times we'll have random issues with it, and using another browser like Firefox or Chrome will resolve the issues. For example, one colleague had an issue yesterday where Timesheet was cutting off characters in her comments section. IE - "Comments for work on this Project" would display as "Comments for work on th". Just out of curiosity, I had her try opening Timesheet in Chrome to see if the issue would persist, but the comments displayed correctly in Chrome. !

(Originally posted by ryanbirch)
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Hi,

Thank you for using Replicon Community.

Given below is the list of compatible browsers and their versions.

    Microsoft Internet Explorer, version 8.0 or higher.
    Mozilla Firefox, latest version.
    Google Chrome, latest version.
    Apple Safari 5.0 or higher, latest version.

The latest list can be found at http://www.replicon.com/kb-1066304

Some of the common reasons why these random issues show up with different users are, corrupt cookies/cache, add-ons, compatibility issues after updates etc.

(Originally posted by Lingaraj Dharwad)
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Alla Knouse

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the above post is a lie


Here is the actual problem:

ReferenceError: rExp is not defined When I search in the Javascript, the following line defines the object: eval('var rExp = /\\\{'+i+'\\\}/g;'); Looks like the eval fails, therefore it does not exist and the refresh fails.

13+ versions and this still is not fixed.
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Hi Alla,

Apologize for the issues you are facing. Please let us know if you are using Microsoft Edge? 

Thanks,
Lingaraj

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