Awasu, of course, uses an embedded Internet Explorer browser to show web content, but it's always bugged me that rendering never seemed to be quite the same as a standalone browser.
I've finally figured out what was going on Although to be honest, it should've twigged a long time ago. I guess sometimes I'm just a bit slow... 🙄 - while all the documentation says that the installed version of IE will be used, what they invariably forget to tell you is that it's in IE7 compatibility mode
My usual emoticon is clearly totally inadequate at this point, I need a little yellow man blowing his brains out with a shotgun, or something like that 👿
I'll include a fix for this in the next release, but fortunately, the temporary fix for this is straight-forward: just download and run this fileIt adds an entry to the Registry saying that awasu.exe should run IE11 for embedded browsers.. If you want test it, open the forums (from within Awasu) and check that the navbar across the top is displayed correctly. Sites using HTML5 and all that other new-fangled frippery should also work a bit better now. Sigh...
/taka toddles off to find a new smilies pack to install...
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|1.||↵||Although to be honest, it should've twigged a long time ago. I guess sometimes I'm just a bit slow... 🙄|
|2.||↵||It adds an entry to the Registry saying that awasu.exe should run IE11 for embedded browsers.|