I use some COTS software which is delivered via the intranet. previously we have been using IE 8 without problem. We've now switch to IE and have started to notice some problems with how the web pages render. I think its down to css because the problems seem to be the colour of text.
I've tried IEs inbuilt developer tool to emulate IE8 but nothing changes - is pursuing this further a lost cause or is there something else I can try?
In stead of the ie=8 line try:
<meta content="IE=edge,chrome=1" http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" />
You are just going to run into additional problems if you use something that is not "officially" support.
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