Before anyone say anything, i must say that I hate internet explorer too. BUT our beloved chrome and firefox don't print in generic printers, only internet explorer do (they use image instead of text). So, how do you make openerp run in internet explorer to use generic/text only function in the point-sale? Thanks!
OpenERP 7.0 supports Internet Explorer 9.0 and superior. OpenERP will never again support older versions of IE and there is no way for you to make it support them without installing Chrome Frame.
If you really need to use an older version of IE in your organization, we strongly advise you to install Chrome Frame, which is a simple one-click install that can be launched from OpenERP. If your users do not have rights to install programs on their computers, Google also provides tutorials for administrators to deploy Chrome Frame on their network: http://www.chromium.org/developers/how-tos/chrome-frame-getting-started/chrome-frame-administrator-s-guide .
If you're trying to move to Internet Explorer because it supports generic text only, don't do it. Try opera because it already supports that and it's a more up to date browser. Then you'll have to manually (depending on your printer model) configure where to stop printing, margins & etc.. Hope this helps someone.
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