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I installed IE9 Beta lately... When testing it on chess.com, I found out I can't move on Online Chess... The game position isn't shown immediately, only after clicking the last move.
Does anyone else have the same experience? Maybe I disabled an add-on, but I don't know which one.
I hope someone can help me out.
Bart, sorry we don't support IE9 yet. So for the time being it'll either have to be a roll back to IE8 or a different browser.
Yes, I have installed the release of IE9, and it is all fine... IE9 RC was also fine with chess.com.
try mozilla firefox,I find it much better than I.E.
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