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Thread TCanvas Error in IE10 Windows 8 pro, 32-64bit
Fri, Sep 6 2013 8:41 AMPermanent Link

Sergionn

Posted it in incident repords, but looks like it didn't comes thru.
Try to post here,
When create TCanvas object in enternet explorer 10, have the next error message:
"Your browser does not support canvas operation",
Everithing stops at pCanvas := TCanvas.Create;
paint demo don't work too.
Fri, Sep 6 2013 10:43 AMPermanent Link

Rick

On 06/09/13 22:41, Sergionn wrote:
> Posted it in incident repords, but looks like it didn't comes thru.
> Try to post here,
> When create TCanvas object in enternet explorer 10, have the next error message:
> "Your browser does not support canvas operation",
> Everithing stops at pCanvas := TCanvas.Create;
> paint demo don't work too.
>
Hi Sergionn.

Did you set "Enable HTML Functionality" in Project Options ->
Compilation? You need this option checked to enable IE support for
canvas and other HTML5 features.

Re: incident reports ... I don't think they appear in the list
immediately (at least mine never have). I suspect that they go directly
to Tim and he adds them to the list when they are resolved. Not sure why
it's done this way because it would be good to see what others have
reported to minimize duplication.

I could be wrong and just not looking in the right place.

--
Rick
Fri, Sep 6 2013 12:44 PMPermanent Link

Sergionn

Rick wrote:

>Did you set "Enable HTML Functionality" in Project Options ->
>Compilation? You need this option checked to enable IE support for
>canvas and other HTML5 features.

Thanks, looks like everithing works ok.
But i don't get why should to set it as additional option?
In Smartmobile work ok without setting something special,
ie10 not old browser at all.........
Fri, Sep 6 2013 2:19 PMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

Team Elevate Team Elevate

Sergionn wrote:
>>Thanks, looks like everithing works ok.
>>But i don't get why should to set it as additional option?
>>In Smartmobile work ok without setting something special,


On 2013-09-06 12:44 PM, Sergionn wrote:> Thanks, looks like everithing works ok.
> But i don't get why should to set it as additional option?
> In Smartmobile work ok without setting something special,
> ie10 not old browser at all.........

It's opposite actually - this is a setting to enable newer browser features. Not all browsers support Canvas (IE9+ is needed) so this setting is there so you can disable most of HTML5 and still target IE8 customers (you only get local storage support from html5 side of things though).

Or enable it and also get support for canvas, media capability, local storage, etc.

I don't know enough about SM to comment but it likely does not work with non-HTML5 browsers like ie8 at all.

Raul
Mon, Sep 9 2013 4:20 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Sergionn,

<< In Smartmobile work ok without setting something special, >>

Does that product even target IE at all ?  I thought it was WebKit-specific.

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
Mon, Sep 9 2013 4:42 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Sergionn,

<< Posted it in incident repords, but looks like it didn't comes thru. >>

I responded the same minute that I received it - did you not receive my
response ?

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<< Can't create TCanvas in internet explorer 10.09.9200.16635 on windows 8
x86 and x64 error message:  "Your browser does not support canvas operations
All other frameworks works with ie10 canvas ok. >>

Are you running these projects from within the IDE ?  If so, did you make
sure that the IE HTML5 option was enabled for the project ?

http://www.elevatesoft.com/manual?action=viewtopic&id=ewb1&topic=Project_Manager

(at end of page under "Quick Compiler Settings for a Project").

The Paint demo on our web site runs fine here with IE10 on Windows 8:

http://www.elevatesoft.com:8080/paint/paint.html

If you have any other questions, please let me know.

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com



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