2016-03-15 Internet Explorer

I have hopefully improved the situation for users of Internet Explorer – at least marginally. I am now hiding all the elements I know not to work. In this way, Gridmapper is still useful, even if not fully functional.

There are various ways out:



The best comment from my post on Google+: “IE (sometimes even IE8) is often the choice of big businesses because that’s what they’ve always used and they’ve got everything up and running now and can’t be bothered to change it. So basically, how much do you want people to be messing about on Gridmapper at work?”

Everybody else uses Chrome, Firefox, or Safari, I’d say. Thus, no features for IE?

Well, actually I did implement downloading of the SVG file for Internet Explorer. :)

– Alex Schroeder 2016-03-17 21:10 UTC

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