SSRS With IE 11 Graphic Buttons Not Displaying Correctly

Hello, I am looking for some clarification as browsing the web I cant get a definitive answer to an issue.

Our CRM administrator has make some nice charts for our internal intranet, which until an update to IE11 was working perfectly and also seems to affect IE browsers.

The company policy is IE only. However I can confirm the graphics work perfectly in Chrome.

Here is as much information as I have.

We use Windows Server and SQL 2008 SSRS
The graph was designed in Visual Studio 2008 V9.0.30729.1
Internet Explorer 11.0.9

I have attached what it looks like in Chrome (Working)
Internet Explorer (Not Working)

I have read that SSRS is simply not compatible with IE11, Can anyone confirm or help with a workaround to get this working with IE?
Design.jpg
notworkingIE.JPG
WorkingChrome.JPG
DarrenEleyAsked:
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chaauCommented:
FYI, there is a bug for your problem reported on the Microsoft Connect portal. According to Microsoft, the latest update of IE should fix the issue. As a workaround, set the Sizing to "AutoSize"
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chaauCommented:
Thinking more about your design, it seems that using FitProportionally for sizing is inappropriate for you case. The source of your images is static (they are not data-bound). It looks like the images themselves are positioned statically on the page. You can just change the Size to the static values that equal to the size of your images and they will be displayed correctly. Do not overcomplicate.
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