Timesheet view does not render properly in Microsoft Edge browser

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I am opening this thread as the suggestion of Replicon Support.

I recently upgraded my laptop to Windows 10 Pro x64.
The default browser on Windows 10 is Microsoft Edge.
The version of Edge I am currently running is v20.10240.16384.0.
I'm running TimeAttend and TimeBill.

If you open the timesheet view in Microsoft Edge, none of the drop-down listboxes for the project, task, and billable/non-billable fields are rendered correctly, and it is not possible to actually select any values. Also, the time entry field, and the pop-over text box associated with that field, are not rendered properly.

I opened a support issue with Replicon to determine if there was some adjustment to Edge I could do to make this work correctly (expecting the answer 'no'). I already knew they did not officially support Edge so I wanted to see if they could give me an estimate on when they would be (which they did not).

Here is Replicon's response to my query:

Thank you for contacting Replicon Support.

We are aware of issues that are occurring on the Microsoft Edge and our development team is working on the same. For now we request you to please use Internet Explorer in order to access Replicon and the system will work without any issues.

Once we have the testing done and compatibility ready we shall update you and you can use Edge for accessing Replicon.

Granted, Windows 10 ships with Internet Explorer 11 installed, and the Replicon application runs fine in that browser. But unfortunately, Windows 10 is going to be adopted by home users (who will get it for free) before most companies roll it out (since it is a paid upgrade for volume license customers) .
So when the users get it at work, they will have had months of experience going to Edge as the browser and will expect that to work for all the business applications. Those of us in the IT role would really like to have all those business applications ready for Edge before rolling out Windows 10.

It would be great if someone on the Dev team could maybe give us a ballpark idea of when an update for Edge might be expected. Anyone?
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Posted 5 years ago

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Hi Chris,

Thank you for using Replicon community,

We have requested our PM team to provide further updates on this.