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It works in IE11. But if you access it as a file path like C:\projects\index.html then it will not load due to browser security. Not sure about exact details why. Try the sandboxed sample in IE11 http://developers.arcgis.com/javascript/sandbox/sandbox.html?sample=map_simple This worked because the page has loaded as a web URL Suggest you to setup a web ...


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IE8 can't handle trailing commas in object literals map = new L.Map('map', { zoomControl: true, center: [49.2500, -123.1000], zoom: 10, // Delete this comma }) There are three other trailing commas, around line 57, 67, 96 in the inline script on the index page (console debug in IE will show you where) There will probably be other issues in ...


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The updated answer to this question is to update your JSAPI version. I've tested IE10 with the latest API and it works as expected.


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To add to Erik's comment, I believe I've also heard it referred to as a "contact sheet". https://www.picturesandstories.com/news/2014/2/24/how-to-print-a-contact-sheet-of-photos-in-windows Also, CALTRANS has a nice write-up of what they consider a Photo Index to be. http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/esc/photogrammetry/resources/Aerial_Photo_Index_Guide_2013v1.pdf


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Changing: dojo.byId('details').innerHTML = content; to: leftDivBot.innerHTML = content fixed all of my problems. I had a table with id=details in the leftDivBot section, ended up removing the table section all together and still got the results I needed.


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As commented by @blah238 both Internet Explorer versions of 7 and 8 should be supported by the ArcGIS API for JavaScript because the list of supported browsers includes: Internet Explorer 7+ From the comments it appears that the source of problems must be something other than just the Internet Explorer version being used. To progress this further ...


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proj4.js uses string and array functions (e.g. .split(), .map()) which are not built in to older browsers. es5-shim (https://github.com/es-shims/es5-shim) fixes this; just load this JavaScript library before anything else (it is benign for newer browsers).


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I have realised that proj4js doesn't work in IE below version 9


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I am pretty sure you are referring to the Navigation Toolbar widget which is a contributed widget and not a core CMV widget. That widget is based on an ESRI sample demonstrating map navigation tools using core JavaScript API functionality for the map navigation. It appears this is a bug with IE10 and IE11 that was recently verified in the current version 3....


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Following the instructions in your question, I can open the story map in print preview without problem, as you can see below: However, if I reload (refresh) the webpage, or even copy and paste the link into the browser, I got the same message that you get: To access the printable version of this Story Maps: open the story and use the print button ...


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Conversions to the local date and time in Java Script through the function toLocaleDateString() and toLocaleTimeString() has been adding some hidden characters that could not be displayed through an alert box or console. When the application was run on chrome or Firefox browsers performing queryTask.execute() went smooth. However, doing so from an IE or Edge ...


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the problem is definitely with your proxy. current versions of both Chrome and Firefox support CORS, but IE10 does not, so the browser needs to fall back on a working proxy in order to POST across domains. my best guess is that the 'access is denied' message is coming directly from your own proxy. try accessing the print service directly in the browser in ...


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I have figured out that it has to do with the dijit themes (or some advanced CSS in general). The example I provided that works normally does not use any theming at all, and if you remove the CSS reference for the theme in the other example, it starts to work normally. Probably not a solution for most use cases, but it might help someone to work around it.


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Yes, your version of the ArcGIS JavaScript API probably will not work with Internet Explorer 11. According to ESRI, version 3.8 is the first to support IE 11. Currently, version 3.14 supports IE 7 and up. There have been a lot of changes since the v. 1.6. The API introduced Dojo's AMD modules, and most of the examples will use a new logic that may break ...


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Try the sandboxed sample in IE11. This worked because the page has loaded as a web URL. Suggest you to set up a web server like IIS, host your files in a virtual directory, and test the application using http:// instead of file://.


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This could be caused by a known issue due to the length of the request, which is limited by those browsers. In order to avoid this issue, you could: Try reducing the CartoCSS code or the number of elements filtered in the zipcodes. Try using several layers instead of sublayers: this way the request of the layergroup will be shorter I think this last ...


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Found the problem. Somehow IE has problems with GeoJSON file containing characters like à or â etc.... Replacing those characters in the GeoJSON with normal characters (like a) does the trick. Chrome and FF seems to have no issues at all with these kind of characters.


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OL3 use the HTML5 Full Screen api to open the map in full screen. This api is not supported by IE 9, as you can see here. As far as I know there is no workaround.


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The problem may be related to the bug described here, since I get the same SCRIPT5: Access is denied error in the console in IE11, and you are using jQuery 1.10.1. You can either downgrade to 1.10.0, or use a version from 1.10.2 and up, as described in the accepted answer. You can also try the latest version which I believe is 1.11.2. Not sure why this ...


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I found the cause: I had to enable "Active Scripting" in Tool -> Internet Options -> Security Tab -> Custom Level I also had to run-as-administrator IE to be able to change those settings. I'm surprised that there wasn't an issue when running version 3.1 of ESRI's API.


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IE9 does not support CORS, so the JavaScript API is smart enough to switch to a proxy. Now the proxy typically ends with "/proxy/proxy.ashx" or "/proxy/proxy.php" or "/proxy/proxy.jsp" if using the Esri supplied code which is available here https://github.com/Esri/resource-proxy If your application and the ArcGIS Server are served from the same domain, you ...


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Another possible problem I see is depending on cartodb.js version you are using it only works with versions of leaflet > 0.7. In your example you are using the css for version 0.6.4


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I ran into a similar issue. The only way I could really see (although not exactly security safe) is to disable only secure content through HTTPS sites. This MSDN Help tells how to change your security settings. Note I only got this to partially work last time I tried it. I was trying it through Google Chrome though. If this is for internal use, you ...


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Using a Fixed strategy means that the entire layer loads all at once, which can cause trouble with some browsers if the layer has a large number of features. A BoundingBox strategy might be better, but this might not be an option with a GeoJSON protocol. In that case try changing to WFS. (Of course, if your map starts at the minimum zoom, the strategy won't ...


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There was an issue identified where the zoom rectangle not appearing in IE10 and IE11. I could not find the discussion in GeoNet. From my recollection, this was apparently tied to the use of Dojo 1.9.x in the JS API from 3.7 to 3.10 (maybe earlier) and supposedly fixed in Dojo 1.10.0 with v 3.11 of the API. So try 3.11 to see if it fixes this for you. With ...


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If you are creating your map without any initial controls definition the Navigation control is added to answer mouse events. Create a map defining the controls you want to add (or an empty list). Check this example to see how to pass the controls list on map creation. You can also activate/deactivate the control at your will, check the docs. See an ...


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I just follow the link and it helped me to make the DRAG and Delete option working. var labelAnnotation = new OpenLayers.Control.DrawFeature(LayerVector, OpenLayers.Handler.Click, { title: "Add Text", displayClass: "olControlTextAnnotation", eventListeners:{ 'activate': function(e) { ...


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I've faced this issue with Dojo popups in general and found that IE and Firefox have stricter CSS parsing rules and so rules like 'top:32' without the 'px' suffix get dropped with an error that says "Error in parsing value for property 'top'. Declaration dropped". So, the tooltip's position is never set which causes it to remain out of view.


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I was having a similar issue with a zoom navigation tool. I'm not seeing the tooltip issue on my machine, running ie10, but forcing IE10 into an earlier rendering engine using the X-UA-Compatible meta tag (Firefox, Chrome, etc. will ignore this tag) took care of the issues I was having with the navigation tools. <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" ...


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