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EPiServer CMS 6 R2 – Update

This update of EPiServer CMS 6 R2 is a full download file, which contains bug fixes to support Internet Explorer 11 as listed below.

Changes included in this EPiServer 6 R2 update

ID Type Title
111615 Bug TinyMCE: Missing file explorer button when adding image, IE11.
111067 Bug TinyMCE: When using the advanced functions “for mouse over” and “for mouse out” alternative image, the values are not synced with the file name change.
108552 Bug Visitor group is not listed in FireFox, Chrome when setting personalized content and/or dynamic content.
110039 Bug Right panel is automatically resized in edit mode on some pages.


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Santosh Achanta
Santosh Achanta Apr 1, 2014 05:14 AM

Any way we can get these installed via Nuget?

Bjørn Gustafson
Bjørn Gustafson Apr 2, 2014 10:54 AM

Do you have more details regarding the bugs that have been fixed? Perhaps provide links to the corresponding tickets? Oct 6, 2014 11:20 AM

We still have problems with the Edit mode when applying policies to IE 11. The left part of the EPiServer edit mode user page has shrunk and is pushed up towards the upper left corner. The patch seems to be working fine in a clean IE 11 version, picked right from the shelf (version 11.0.9600.17280). Is there anyone having experienced and/or solved this or having a clue to it? Feb 9, 2015 10:07 AM

We are having the same issue as you, Christian. There is a div with class episcroll that height set in its inline style (50px in my case). When changing this value using the IE dev Tools, a larger portion of the area gets visible, put it doesn't resize properly and if you do a page load the change is lost. Currently looking to see which patch(es) I should install to fix this.

Carl Howarth
Carl Howarth Mar 10, 2015 03:52 PM

Hi, we have a CMS 6 installation that has the issue described in 111615. Does anyone know if this fix has been applied to CMS 6 (not R2) and if so, where one might download it from?

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