Originally Posted by QCCowboy
I agree, not looking for a debate, just want to understand if I am overlooking something. Might want to give IE 10 a shot to see if that makes a difference.
You are not overlooking anything. I should have worded it as personal feelings or inclinations or a less factual sounding phrase.
There are histories of people having IE problems (sudden shift to Compatibility View) with certain sites from IE 7, 8, and 9. I didn't have that experience until recently and just with FRF.
A brief history of suspected causes include fonts, JAVA, flash, obsolete page code and the like. More than I want to try to research extensively. I think IE in general jumps into compatibility view if it encounters things it did not know how to handle or disregard. I feel other browsers may disregard the encounters and continue or just handle them properly.
IE may figure it out and figure out what to do, or its problem sites may evolve naturally past whatever was IE's view trigger. Since there aren't any members complaining in mass, it probably has something to do with a particular setting or update to my IE version.
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