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AutoIT Beta: IE9 renders Webpages in IE8 mode

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Hello,

I'm using IE9 on my system, so I'm forced to use the latest beta of AutoIT to use it in my scripts.

The problem is I noticed that the pages are loaded in IE8 mode, and not IE9.

Is there a way to fix this?

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Are you saying that AutoIt is forcing IE8 mode? I think, not.

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I'm using _IENavigate into a script, which uses IE9.

The pages are displayed in IE8 mode and I don't know why?

It's a bug?

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FSoft,

Look at "compatibility view"...

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FSoft,

Look at "compatibility view"...

kylomas

Sorry, but I don't understand. What do you mean with "compatibility view"?

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FSoft,

It is an option to use with IE9. Google it cause I don't recall offhand how to enable it.

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It's not a problem of IE9 because it loads the pages in IE9.

The problem is when I embed an IE9 object into an AutoIT script.

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