jueves, 05 de abril de 2012 18:11
I normally use Chrome but since I took over SharePoint I've found it more reliable to use IE. One of the (many) annoyances with IE though is the right-click menu. In all other browsers, when you right-click a hyperlink (even in SharePoint), you have the option to open it in a new tab, to copy the URL to your clipboard, etc. IE9 just shows me the context menu for the page as if I had right clicked on an empty spot on the page.
This only seems to happen in SharePoint so I guess there's some kind of hidden div or something getting in the way maybe? Still - it works fine in all other browsers...
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jueves, 05 de abril de 2012 21:52
sharepoint sites need to be viewed in Compatibility view and use IE7 Emulation....the double margin bug in IE7 is well known. Thats why you guess that there may be an overlying div element.
Web browsers differ in how they correct markup mistakes in web pages.
contact your company Help Desk or System Administrators or sharepoint administrators to investigate your issue... programming changes may need to be made or Group Policy settings need to be changed to ensure client workstations are configured correctly and that users cannot change Internet Options for intranet sites.
viernes, 13 de abril de 2012 19:02
I am the company SharePoint admin and all intranet sites use compatibility mode by default. Not sure how the double margin bug or other browser differences bear on this though.
The more I look at this, the more it seems like a SharePoint issue. The navigation menu items at the left and on top act differently than items in a list or elsewhere on the main part of the page which also act differently than the graphical buttons at the top right.
Could a mod move this to the SharePoint 2010 forum please? I don't want to double post. Thanks.