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ClinicalKey is not compatible with Internet Explorer.

Do not use the Internet Explorer browser to access ClinicalKey.

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Cyber-Anatomy and Mac OSX

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.

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Internet Explorer and Alexander Street Press

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.

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Thomson ONE recommendations

Thomson Reuters recommends that users accessing Thomson ONE use Internet Explorer. Additionally, users may want to disable pop-up blocking to successfully view all content.

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Viewing PDFs in Mac OS Safari

Trying to read PDFs in EBSCOhost databases using the Mac browser Safari often results in a “missing plug-in” error. Please try one of these solutions:

 

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ProQuest Cookie Cutter

If you are prompted to login to a ProQuest database (Dissertations & Theses, ABI/INFORM, ProQuest Newspapers, etc.) click on the ProQuest Cookie Cutter to clear out your browser cookies.

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Micromedex and Firefox

July 2011: Currently, Micromedex 2.0 does not seem to be working with the Mozilla Firefox browser. It does seem to work fine with Google Chrome and with Internet Explorer.