Category Archives: Browsers
Web of Science has changed its look. It also has some new functionality that you can read about here. But it also has limits on the browsers that it supports. Please read the System Requirements. Firefox 4 and Internet Explorer … Continue reading
The Chrome browser from Google may be growing in popularity, but many vendors still only support the old standbys: Internet Explorer & Firefox (with some Safari). EBSCOHost databases, for example, do not support Chrome. You can read their thoughts here. … Continue reading
Microsoft pushing you to upgrading to Internet Explorer 9? Resist! Several of our Library e-Resources are not working with IE 9 (Web of Science, for example). This is commonly a problem with the latest version of browsers; the publishers/vendors/platforms just … Continue reading
We recommend that you do NOT upgrade to Firefox 4 at this time. We have heard a couple of complaints from patrons (one is that the Refine Your Search options aren’t entirely working in Summon) and heard rumours of other … Continue reading
If you are clinging to a retro version of IE, time to move on. EbscoHost databases (and we subscribe to a lot) now require Internet Explorer 7 or later. You can download the latest version (Internet Explorer 8) for free … Continue reading
Users of Firefox have noticed that sometimes the ability to print a full-text article from Gale’s Business & Company Resource Center is not just an icon-click away. If you click the PRINT icon and find yourself on a screen with … Continue reading
Some people using the most recent versions of Firefox and Internet Explorer are having problems ordering material via CISTI Orders. The problem has been reported. For now, please use the InterLibrary Loan forms… and stay tuned.