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That being said I don't think we'll be supporting it either for future releases.

 

What about the older Opera? (8.51). Although Opera is not my preferred browser, I would rather not use MSIE.

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Opera is currently at version 9.5

 

As long as 8.51 supports the latest standards of web development and the site can keep going forward with improvements then I don't see a problem with supporting 8.51. Upgrading to the latest browser though is always a wise decision. Security, speed and aesthetic improvements should be good motivators to keep your system updated with the latest version of what ever browser you like to use. I personally use Firefox 3, while my co-worker Sean swears by IE :)

 

I'll turn him one day.

 

-Raine

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Asking the question again to bump the thread back up. Why won't the lower map that is generated during the opening of the cache page print? I see it, but it prints as an empty box.

 

OSX 10.4.11

Safari 3.1.1

and/or

Foxfire 2.0.0.14

 

I've been having that problem with MSIE for at least a week. Print cache page gives me a blank spot for the map. :unsure:

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Asking the question again to bump the thread back up. Why won't the lower map that is generated during the opening of the cache page print? I see it, but it prints as an empty box.

 

OSX 10.4.11

Safari 3.1.1

and/or

Foxfire 2.0.0.14

 

I've been having that problem with MSIE for at least a week. Print cache page gives me a blank spot for the map. :unsure:

 

This problem still exists .... is it being worked? It is a significant handicap to not be able to print the second map to carry along to the field.

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