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From esimpson1/Eric (16,389) This user is a Premium Member Send mail to this user on February 17, 2010 12:57:44 PM CST

I've been working with Microsoft on Internet Explorer 8 and a bug I've found but I only seem to be able to replicate it on Photosig, which leads me to believe it's not an IE8 problem...

When I scroll down, click on a picture, and then click "Back", it goes back a page, but starts again at the top, not where the thumbnail is that I clicked on...

This problem doesn't seem to happen in Firefox.

Has anyone else had this issue with IE8?

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From farradhim/Jacline (43,825) This user is a Premium Member Send mail to this user on February 17, 2010 1:04:43 PM CST

I also use IE8, it does that at times, but it is not really a problem for me, I just scoll back down to where I was.....

:)

Jacline

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From phildeman/Phil (5,645) Send mail to this user on February 17, 2010 1:17:42 PM CST

I use Firefox 3.5.7, and I experienced the same reaction that IE8 produces. However, I am not sure if it is the photosig app, because, if I am correct to say so, Willis hasn't made any changes. The only change has been the update to the browsers. It could be the browser app is not handling/supporting some of the older display methods.

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From howards/Howard (18,450) Send mail to this user on February 18, 2010 5:34:05 AM CST

I'm not getting that in IE8

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From cremmins/Ian (6,686) Send mail to this user on February 18, 2010 7:25:37 AM CST

in the process of evolving from win98SE to win 7 so will be using IE 8 no doubt and also firefox, my habit for the last 15 yrs is to right click open in new window, so i rarely have the "back" problem

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From bop/Al (1,284) Send mail to this user on February 18, 2010 11:43:02 AM CST

In firefox if you click a thumbnail with the middle mouse button then it will open in a new tab. Much easier in my opinion as you can open multiple thumbs at once.

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