|2585||Expense Claims: Intermittent problems with Print View on Microsoft Internet Explorer. For details and potential resolutions, see https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/973479|
|2656||Chrome: Potential browser freeze with drag-and-drop attachment from the upload (Open) dialog on Expense detail page if the pop-up file selection dialog is closed prematurely.
The following workarounds are currently available:
|3365||In Microsoft Internet Explorer, there may be some focus issues with the Send By Email dialog, as a result of the popup dialog appearing on top of an existing popup. This is a limitation of this browser.|
|4668||In Microsoft Internet Explorer, when attaching a file to purchase or payment, the file path does not clear after uploading the attachment. This is benign.|
In Microsoft internet Explorer, security restrictions prevent icons and fonts from downloading while working in Employee Center.
The following workaround is currently available:
|5120||In Microsoft Internet Explorer, after successfully attaching a file to a payment request, the message "This is a required field" appears beneath the description field, but the file name continues to display. You can ignore this message unless you intend to attach another file.|
|2891||PDF attachment does not fully support XFA or AcroForm documents|
|3369||Deprecation warning from moment.js appears in the browser's developer console. This warning is benign.|
Drag and Drop in the attachment dialog does not work with Internet Explorer on Windows 10. This is an issue with the ng-file upload plugin, see https://github.com/nervgh/angular-fi...oad/issues/530. You can still select the file directly using the mouse and keyboard.
|4907||Calendar plug-in may display "ghost" days after the end of the month on certain browsers. This is a benigg display issue, these days cannot be selected.|