On Sunday, December 27, 2015 12:46:28 PM gregor wrote:
Thanks you :-)
Its a little bit of a legacy thing. We basically officially support FF ESR
release and IE9+. This has to partially do with the GWT permutations and
partially with the fact that some time ago we didn't support mime type based
virt viewer. You would have to install a plugin in your browser in order to
start virt-viewer. IIRC the only browsers that had a plugin were FF and IE. I
can look at the code to be sure, but the message won't appears on MS IE9+ and
FF ESR 38. All other browsers it will appear due to the above.
As Yaniv mentioned we will be changing that soon.
On 27/12/15 09:29, Yaniv Dary wrote:
> We will be changing this message soon. All modern browsers should work.
> On Dec 26, 2015 15:26, "noc" <noc(a)nieuwland.nl
> <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> On 26-12-2015 12:28, gregor wrote:
> > Hi,
> > after a painful upgrade from 3.5 to 3.6 (AIO) I try to figure out
> the deeper meaning of the message which is display on the
> > "This Browser version isn't optimal for displaying the
> graphics (refer to Documentation for details)"
> > Can anybody please point me where in the Documentation this is
> > I tried the latest Firefox and Google-Chrome from arch linux but
> still get these message? (I hope it doesn't mean to use the Internet
> Explorer or now known as Edge)
> All modern browsers work fine. It has todo with the fact that
> ovirt-engine for all browser versions is taking to much resources. It
> has to do with how ovirt uses GWT if I'm correct.
> Searching the mailinglist for this message + GWT will probably reveal
> message from a developer with a bit more info than I can remember.
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