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Unable to see replies in the blog

I see that there are replies, but I can not open them!

I am blocked in my work with this marketing driven tool unable to use for daily retrieval of technical solutions.

Very bad!

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    Nov 07, 2016 at 04:27 PM

    I can see the blog in my Firefox browser, but not in the internet browser. I tried all different switches in iternet browser like compatibility view, security adaptation, but was not sucessful.

    My browser looks like this:

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  • Nov 07, 2016 at 09:45 PM

    I can see all 4 replies to this discussion https://archive.sap.com/discussions/thread/542158 in Google Chrome browser .

    Does your issue still exist?

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    Former Member
    Nov 10, 2016 at 11:09 AM

    Yes, the problem still exists with Internet Explorer 11.0.9600.18524.

    I do not want to choose for different application different browsers and get troubles with favorits, which stored in different location for each browser.

    As I have to use Internet Explorer to access my Sharepoint documents, I have to use Internet Explorer and not Google Crome.

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    • The comments are also visible in IE 11.0.9600.18449, Windows 7, 32-bit.

      I usually use separate browsers for regular browsing and company-related IE-only stuff to avoid issues.

      Bookmark syncing between Firefox/IE/Google Chrome is not that hard... anyway, your choice.

      I haven't used SharePoint recently, but I am wondering if it is possible to use Firefox ESR in general plus an add-on like IE Tab or IE View and have the full SharePoint functionality in such way (I think, not all features were supported in other browsers).

      If I were you, I would probably check the problematic element in the DOM Explorer and try to figure out why it does not appear.

      Also, have you tried opening the same page from a different laptop and by a different user in your company - ask a colleague to do that, you probably have identical IE versions. If it works for him, but not for you, you might need to contact your local IT. Resetting IE to defaults is too drastic measure, I wouldn't do that unless there is no other way.

      There are a few add-ons for IE - if you are using any of them, try to turn them off for test purposes, try to open the page in http instead of https...

  • Nov 10, 2016 at 11:28 AM

    Just to confirm - IE screenshot:

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