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  1. #1
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    Any one having problems viewing site with Microsoft edge?

    Is anyone having trouble viewing the site with the new Microsoft Edge Browser?
    Version Version 84.0.522.40 (Official build) (64-bit)

    If so please email me.
    peter@fishin.com

    thanks

  2. #2
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    Not sure but took me about 5 times to get site to come up?

  3. #3
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    Site comes up just fine, but does not show me as being logged in. I don't use it as my main browser ... I use Chrome.

  4. #4
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    Hey, I figured it out yesterday...........

    fishin.com does not use https, so if you use https://fishin.com to get to the site, the front page pukes.

    if you use http, it works fine.

    That is OK by me.


  5. #5
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    I use Microsoft Windows 10 Pro version with the newest updates. And I'm using the latest version of Edge. Fishing.com works fine for me. I see http://www.fishin.com/forms2/newrepl...8158&noquote=1 for this page. My browser says that the site is NOT SECURE but it still shows me the site OK.

    Note: there are many new settings in the new Edge Browser and anyone one of them might cause some problems on a web site if you are messing with these settings. Most of the settings that I use are the default settings. I did turn off or limit auto play for videos on my Edge Browser but that should not have any effect on fishin.com.


    Version 84.0.522.44 (Official build) (64-bit) Peter it looks like the newest version is the 84.0.522.44 now

    I still have the Flash Player turned on. It can be turned off so I'm not sure if that makes any difference for some on here that are using Edge with the flash player turned off. I think that Microsoft things that Flash has security problems and they plan to get rid of the flash player for the Edge Browser sometime in the future.

    Check your version number and if the settings are the default settings when you respond to Peter in here. That way we will all be on the same page. My Edge Version is not the same as the one Peter is talking about. But I know that I have the latest version of Microsoft Edge on my Microsoft Surface Pro 4 computer.

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