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Feed/Whirl/Marvel glyphs display in one column in IE9 #152

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scottkleinman opened this Issue Oct 17, 2013 · 5 comments

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So far, I have not been able to identify the cause of the IE9 incompatibility. It seems to be something in the Skeleton framework (though not an incompatibility because it has been tested in IE9). Or maybe so. See http://www.getskeleton.com/#support.

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So far, I have not been able to identify the cause of the IE9 incompatibility. It seems to be something in the Skeleton framework (though not an incompatibility because it has been tested in IE9). Or maybe so. See http://www.getskeleton.com/#support.

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I wonder what percentage of browsers currently hitting the site are using IE9?

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mialondon commented Nov 29, 2013

I wonder what percentage of browsers currently hitting the site are using IE9?

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My sense is that IE9 is still pretty common. But I just can't see anything
in the css that would cause this phenomenon. I wonder if we could do some
browser detection or something...

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My sense is that IE9 is still pretty common. But I just can't see anything
in the css that would cause this phenomenon. I wonder if we could do some
browser detection or something...

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I wonder what percentage of browsers currently hitting the site are using
IE9?


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I'm heading down to London but I'll try to have a look at the Analytics when I get back so we know how serious it is - IE9 probably is annoying persistent in the types of institutions our audiences are in.

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mialondon commented Nov 30, 2013

I'm heading down to London but I'll try to have a look at the Analytics when I get back so we know how serious it is - IE9 probably is annoying persistent in the types of institutions our audiences are in.

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I just had to submit a letter of recommendation for a student applying to
the University of Texas at Austin, and the system told me to try a browser
other than IE9. We are not alone...

On 30 November 2013 03:11, Mia notifications@github.com wrote:

I'm heading down to London but I'll try to have a look at the Analytics
when I get back so we know how serious it is - IE9 probably is annoying
persistent in the types of institutions our audiences are in.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com//issues/152#issuecomment-29550489
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Scott Kleinman
Professor of English
Director, Center for the Digital Humanities
California State University, Northridge

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scottkleinman commented Nov 30, 2013

I just had to submit a letter of recommendation for a student applying to
the University of Texas at Austin, and the system told me to try a browser
other than IE9. We are not alone...

On 30 November 2013 03:11, Mia notifications@github.com wrote:

I'm heading down to London but I'll try to have a look at the Analytics
when I get back so we know how serious it is - IE9 probably is annoying
persistent in the types of institutions our audiences are in.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com//issues/152#issuecomment-29550489
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Scott Kleinman
Professor of English
Director, Center for the Digital Humanities
California State University, Northridge

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