Router problem

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Router problem

Post by Butcher_ss » Wed Oct 27, 2010 4:39 pm

Hello, i seem to have a slight problem with AB when i am in my router. I can normally enter my router using 192.168.1.2 ( i have two). In the router there is a page where i can monitor the bandwidth used by the various computers on the network. Now normally there is a dynamic graph which displays which user is using what bandwidth. In FireFox the graph is displayed as it should. However when i go into the same page using either AB or IE8 it prompts me to save an .svg file but does not display the dynamic graph as it should. This happens with IE8, AB 11.7B46 and also AB Build 123 (latest version). I have posted screenshots of what i am referring to. Although a not serious issue i don't like having another browser just so that i can monitor the bw usage. I am not sure what exactly the problem is and it does not display the graph but i was hoping there might be a possible solution for this. Thanks for any help you might provide. Here are the images:


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Re: Router problem

Post by statm1 » Thu Oct 28, 2010 3:22 am

This is not a problem with Avant itself. It is a problem with the rendering engine that comes with IE8 and older. SVG is something new that is just now being supported with IE9. IE9 is still in beta. So Avant won't support it until IE9 comes out..
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Re: Router problem

Post by Butcher_ss » Thu Oct 28, 2010 4:34 am

Thanks for the clarification.

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