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Web Assist not available to IE6 users

Thread began 10/01/2009 7:45 pm by Reynold | Last modified 10/06/2009 12:42 pm by Reynold | 3073 views | 19 replies


Originally Said By: neil186288
  Hi Reynold, it seems that when WebAssist checked their browser statistics, less than 2% of the people were coming in using IE6, so it didn't seem worth developing for when they could offer a better experience with a more modern browser.

If you want to update to IE8, you could do so here:

Or you might want to switch to FireFox here:

Web Developers might want to look here:
Office Guy,

"Trying to tell people how to do something that you haven't fully learned, adds to the confusion."

At last. Thank you.  

You mean you cant cope with diversity, you also mean you get confused supporting that many browsers!

Neil, I get you! Obviously, they are selective in their reading and imposing their views as the only view.

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