April 17, 2015
Yesterday, I reported my experience with IBM Verse after (finally) being provisioned.
Today, I am happy to report that, once I log in to Verse, I see this:
This is the experience in Firefox 37.0.1. Yesterday, I was on an unsupported browser. Today, it’s supported.
That is a great question. What I can tell you is that, thanks to either this blog or my tweet, IBM contacted me, asked me a couple of questions (sorry, I didn’t think that the underlying OS was relevant to a browser issue, but I guess I might be wrong. The answer to that question was/is “Windows, BTW), and I was able to successfully log into Verse.
Wow, it is really white. Almost “you have to wear sunglasses to view this page” white.
Now I get to start playing with it.
Thank you, IBM, for granting me access.
December 7, 2012
Damn, Firefox causes problems for me and iNotes. You visit a customer to do a simple Domino upgrade and what do you end up spending most of your time resolving? Firefox and iNotes issues.
Now, usually, Firefox doesn’t cause a lot of trouble, especially when you stick with one release and refuse to upgrade. But, of course, there are those among us that cannot abide by being a point release behind. Those are the people that immediately download the latest and greatest. In the case of Firefox, that is a weekly download.
Well, at least it seems like there is a weekly (daily?) update to Firefox.
In this instance, I was able to convince the on-site technical support people to discourage too many people from upgrading to Firefox 15, but for those that did upgrade, they were experiencing some issues:
- When e-mails came in and there were URLs in the text, they weren’t hotlinks.
- If they attempted to send mail or calendar invites and there were URLs in them, the message/invites couldn’t be sent.
- They couldn’t attach files to any mail messages.
Wow, that’s fun.
Thankfully, a well constructed search of the technotes resulted in a solid hit.
iNotes not working as expected with Firefox 15 and later
Added the notes.ini setting to the servers, restarted the HTTP task and all their problems went away. That is, probably until someone upgreades to Firefox 21, or whatever version is the most current right now.
The lesson is that while it is easy to upgrade your Domino servers, be sure to check the TechNotes/wiki/InfoCenter/forums for issues with Firefox. You can save yourself some time and effort by implementing the requested changes before you restart the servers and tell everyone “I’m done.”