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Internet Explorer and multiple="multiple"

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Hi experts,

I have attached the input field that I use to upload multiple files through my PHP script.

In all other browsers than Internet Explorer, I can select multiple files with Ctrl. For some odd reason it does not work in Internet Explorer.

Is there anyone here who is aware of a possible solution?

Thanks in advance!
<input type="file" id="files[]" name="files[]" multiple="multiple" size="13" />

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Thanks! :-)
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