“To remain proactive amid increasingly stringent global security standards and better protect our customers’ private data, the SAE Digital Library will be upgrading its system to comply with TLS 1.2 standards starting on January 31, 2016.”
Please refer to the instructions on SAE’s website.
ScienceDirect is following Microsoft’s directive to focus support on newer, officially-supported IE browser versions.
If you have any questions or concerns, please visit the ScienceDirect Blog for more details.
Note from ScienceDirect: “Compatibility mode in IE9 or higher reverts the browser back to IE7 or IE8 behavior. If you experience issues accessing ScienceDirect using IE9 or higher, please disable the compatibility view mode in your IE browser.”
Scopus is following Microsoft’s directive to focus support on newer, officially-supported IE versions.
When using Internet Explorer to access ProQuest Digital Microfilm, you may need to take the following steps:
- Open database in IE
- Go to Tools — “Compatibility View settings”
- “Add this website:” proquest.com
- Close the settings, and close the browser as well
- Open a new window; from now on that resource should work in IE
NCBI provides a list of tips for common problems when using their website: Browser Advice for NCBI Web Pages.
We are currently experiencing difficulty with the Google Chrome browser. If you are unable to access the Interlibrary Loan sign-in page via Chrome please log into ILLiad first (via http://uiowa.illiad.oclc.org/illiad/illiad.dll ) and then resubmit your request. Or, try a different browser.
Currently Cyber-Anatomy is unable to run on OSX Maverick or Mountain Lion. The latest Cyber-Anatomy rebuild should solve this problem in January 2014; until then they recommend Mac users to make use of virtual desktop or dual-boot solutions.
Alexander Street Press has reported that their databases may occasionally experience problems with Internet Explorer. Some drop-down menu choices from within a database will open a new window or tab; please enable pop-ups for this functionality to work.
When experiencing a browser problem it is often useful to clear the cache. Even after a problem has been fixed you may continue to experience it if the browser is using stored data for quick retrieval.
If you are uncertain how to clear your browser’s cache, please refer to http://www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browser’s-Cache.
You can also bypass your cache when you reload a page:
- Internet Explorer: Ctrl + reload
- Mozilla Firefox: Shift + reload
- Google Chrome: Shift + reload
- Apple Safari: Ctrl or Shift + reload