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  • WebObject - user agent Internet Explorer 7

    I'm a newbie to AMS and I would like to create a simple browser window without any menu to start my html5 application. The content requires ie9 or newer but the user agent of the AMS 8.5 Web Object is Internet Explorer 7. This seens like a bug to me because I use Windows 8.1 and IE11 as standardbrowser. As a check I created a WebObject with the Url: detectmybrowser.com . Is there any solution?

  • #2
    Originally posted by paja987 View Post
    I'm a newbie to AMS and I would like to create a simple browser window without any menu to start my html5 application. The content requires ie9 or newer but the user agent of the AMS 8.5 Web Object is Internet Explorer 7. This seens like a bug to me because I use Windows 8.1 and IE11 as standardbrowser. As a check I created a WebObject with the Url: detectmybrowser.com . Is there any solution?
    Sadly the the IDE webobject uses the one provided why windows what far as I know is IE7 or below depeding on OS. I would also love a browser what would fully support HTML 5 and JS but AMS can't do that not right now sadly.

    its not a bug, windows would not provide the user to use the up to date browsers in there objects if it will over do there own browser. I would like chrome in AMS or chrome like browser like Epic Browser or a means to controll full cashing and trackers chrome and firefox use lol

    This question as been ask so many times but we never got a new object sadly. one IE plugin was made but it was still limited and was not by IR.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by kingzooly View Post
      I would also love a browser what would fully support HTML 5 and JS but AMS can't do that not right now sadly.
      Yes we can :-) I found a solution. All you have to do is a little change in the registry. Take a look at https://weblog.west-wind.com/posts/2...the-IE-Version .
      As far as I know, AMS can also set registry keys? Does the user need admin privileges to change the registry?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by paja987 View Post
        Yes we can :-) I found a solution. All you have to do is a little change in the registry. Take a look at https://weblog.west-wind.com/posts/2...the-IE-Version .
        As far as I know, AMS can also set registry keys? Does the user need admin privileges to change the registry?
        You can alwasy make a section what requestions admin mode if you need to and the IE reg trick as been another iffy one for me in the past worked on one or two systems failed on others .
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        • #5
          I needed this again for myself, I have put the reg changing code on start up and shut down and it works, only thing you would need to do from this point is to detect if the user as the right version of the browser to use it, you can use all the way up to 11 (11001)

          As invocted AMS is not changing the registry but with hightist and request admin options it works, if its editing the systems core settings then really it should be a higher level user what gives permission anyway.
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