WAMR supports common web browsers that are properly configured. Most of these options are enabled by default, but if you run into any problems, please check your web browser against the following directions.
Microsoft Edge: Go to Settings and more (...) > Settings > Cookies and Site Permissions. Click on Cookies and Site data. Check to make sure Allow sites to save and read cookie data is enabled. Or, under Allow click Add and type https://apps.leaderservices.com/_wamr in the text field provided. Click Add again.
Cache: If you believe that Microsoft Edge is opening stale pages in WAMR, you should empty the cache. Go to Settings and more (...) > Settings > Privacy, search, and services. Under Clear browsing data, click on Choose what to clear. Choose a time range, and make sure Cookies and other site data, and Cached images and files are checked. Be aware that this will cause some sites to load a little slower next visit. This will also sign you out of some sites. Click Clear Now.
Cache: Firefox checks for the newest version of every page visited in WAMR; if you believe that Firefox is opening stale pages in WAMR, you should empty the cache. Click Tools > Options. Click the Privacy icon. Click the Clear Now... button (in the Private Data section). Make sure the Cache box is checked and click Clear Private Data Now.
Cache: Safari checks for the newest version of every page visited in WAMR. There are no settings to configure for its caching process. If you believe that Safari is opening stale pages in WAMR, you should empty the cache: Click Safari > Empty Cache. Confirm the action by clicking the Empty button in the dialog box.
Firefox's Built in PDF Viewer
For those of you who use Firefox, you may have noticed that it uses its own built-in PDF viewer by default, instead of the Acrobat plugin used previously. This new viewer has caused some problems for our users when viewing and printing files generated by WAMR.
To switch back to the Acrobat plug-in, follow these steps from within Firefox:
- Click Options (on a Mac, click Firefox > Preferences).
- Click the "General" tab to the left
- Scroll down to "Applications". (Or search for "PDF" in the search box on the top.)
- In the box, find "Portable Document Format."
- To the right, click on "Open in Firefox" and click the down arrow that appears to the right.
- Select "Use other" and choose "Use Adobe Acrobat Reader"
- Click OK.