[LINK] IE7 Bug(s)

Liddy Nevile liddy at sunriseresearch.org
Mon Dec 11 19:09:30 AEDT 2006

At the recent OZeWAI conf, Mat Mirabella talked about what is what  
wrt accessibility in the move from IE 6 to IE7 - for those  
interested, see http://www.ozewai.org/2006/presentations/ 
mirabella.zip and there are a number of great presentations  
there...Others from the conf are available from the program at http:// 


On 11/12/2006, at 2:44 PM, Roger Clarke wrote:

> [The following was issued by the Programme Office of the MSc(ECOM)  
> that I teach in at Uni of Hong Kong]
> Internet Explorer 7 (IE7)
> Microsoft has released the Internet Explorer 7 in late October.  
> Windows XP SP2 users will be asked to upgrade to Internet Explorer  
> 7 when they uses the Automatic Update for Windows. For more  
> information about IE7, you may refer to the Computer News no. 123  
> at http://www.hku.hk/cc_news/ccnews123/IE7.htm by the HKU Computer  
> Center.
> In some computers installed with IE7, we find a problem when  
> working with the Intranet and some other sites. When you close a  
> web page in a tab or a pop-up (child) window of a browser window,  
> the session information and user information of the web pages of  
> other tabs in the same browser window *may* be lost. And you may be  
> asked to login again. For example, after you have closed the pop-up  
> message window of the discussion forum each time and continue  
> browsing the Intranet, you may be asked to type in the username and  
> password again.
> We will let you know when IE7 is fixed and is confirmed to be  
> working fine with this web site. As at the time of this post, we do  
> not think it is a must to upgrade to IE7, although it is listed as  
> a high priority update on the Automatic Updates for Windows.
> * Note: The tab feature of the latest release of Mozilla Firefox 2  
> works fine with the web site.
> Programme Office
> 2 November 2006
> P.S. If any one who know any other workaround or solution, please  
> feel free to let us know.
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