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Re: LedgerSMB on Windows

Thanks, Chris.  Good to know that Chrome and Firefox are used extensively in testing and development.  That is good enough for me to use either as I go forward.


-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Travers [mailto:..hidden.. 
Sent: Monday, September 19, 2011 3:26 PM
To: ..hidden..
Subject: Re: [Ledger-smb-users] LedgerSMB on Windows

On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 12:18 PM, ERACC Subscriptions <..hidden..> wrote:
> On Mon, 2011-09-19 at 14:35 -0400, Thomas Bullock wrote:
>> You mention Firefox.  I migrated from that to Chrome over a year ago.
>> In your context are there reasons not to use Chrome?
> Hi Tom,
> We recommend Firefox with LedgerSMB on our web site:
> http://www.eracc.com/content/accounting-and-point-sale-linux-unix
> Mainly because there were known problems with Internet Explorer from 
> Microsoft versus LedgerSMB at the time that page was created. I do not 
> use Google directly (I use the startingpage.com search proxy for 
> Google
> searches.) or any Google products if I can avoid it. Primarily due to 
> Google's lack of concern for My Privacy. So, I have no idea how well 
> Chromium aka Chrome works with LedgerSMB. Probably someone else on the 
> list does know about that though.

IE8 should work but since I don't have Windows I haven't been able to do extensive testing.  Most of my testing is done on the following browsers in order of frequency:


In general Chrome and Firefox have far better development tools associated than other browsers and so this is why this is the case.

The past IE problems were pretty-IE specific (the big one was handling of button elements) but because IE refused to support standards in some areas, a few lesser known browsers became unsupportable as well, mostly lesser known text-based browsers.

Best Wishes,
Chris Travers

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