ShelterOps utilizes jQuery 1.9.1 and has been tested for cross-browser compatibility in the latest versions of Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Opera.
Older computers or those running older versions of browsers may experience issues with functionality, layout/appearance, and/or data submission issues.
The quickest way to differentiate whether an issue is computer/workstation-related or software-related is when the issue affects some, but not all, users and the issue occurs on some, but not all, workstations.
Known Browser Issues: Some current browser versions have known bugs. For example, the newest release of Chrome overrides the computer’s print function, leaving many users with blank print screens. A recent release of Firefox ignores print breaks and any content that extends beyond the current screen. Previous versions of Internet Explorer will insert random print breaks in between pages (especially if header or footer settings are defined by the workstation), resulting in the printing of blank pages. A few (although very few) of these known bugs can be mitigated by installing temporary fixes at the network level (there is a Microsoft fix for erratic IE page breaks), but most unfortunately require waiting for a newer version of the browser to be released and then installed on the workstation.