We love new technology. New gadgets, new programming languages, and upgrades to our favorite software. But sometimes new technology comes with new complications.
Microsoft has released Internet Explorer version 9 this week. During initial testing in the beta software, policyIQ did appear to be fully compatible – however, with the production release of IE 9, we have discovered an issue. When opening items from policyIQ tables, you’ll find that in IE 9, you can open the first item without complication. However, opening a second item from that table will fail. (You can refresh the table by clicking on the Folder or left navigation, but that’s certainly not a convenient process!)
Our development team is working to resolve this issue as we speak – but in the meantime, we’re suggesting that policyIQ users postpone an upgrade to Internet Explorer version 9*.
For those of you, like us, who love having the latest and greatest version of your favorite software – we sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. We’ll be sure to alert our users as soon as the issue is resolved!
(*This upgrade is not automatic in your Windows update tools at this time, so you will not receive the upgrade without specifically seeking to install it.)