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We are running pmf 5.3.1 hotfix 3 and Ie 9.0.8 on WF release 7.7.04m. When accessing the Analytics tab we receive a display stating: "You do not have a supported SVG Viewer installed." Is the SVG viewer still needed? Or do I have some other problem that needs addressed? Thanks in advance.This message has been edited. Last edited by: dcorp,
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All newer browsers handle SVG natively including Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc . The only browser with some limitations with native SVG handling is IE.
IE9 is the first IE browser with full capabilities of native SVG handling and the WF 8x release is the first standards based container for IE web content. Therefore if you are using IE and do not have both IE9+ and WF8+ you will need the SVG viewer.
If you prefer to not install the SVG viewer you might look into trying one of the other browsers such as Chrome.