To enjoy the best and most secure experience, we recommend you keep your browser and operating system updated. X_ITE will support the current and previous major releases of:
Firefox as the first browser that supports everything X_ITE needs and is extensively tested since years. We have full support for Firefox.
Opera uses the same rendering engine used by Safari and Chrome and is therefore fully supported since April 2016. Always use the latest version of Opera to make your Internet experience more secure and enjoyable.
Starting with Windows 10 X_ITE runs fine in Microsoft Edge and is fully supported. Microsoft Edge provides everything X_ITE needs to give you the best performance.
iOS has good support since Safari on iOS 7+. Simplify your scenes and test them extensively to achieve the best results how you would like it to be.
Any problem with X_ITE in the above browsers should be reported as a bug in X_ITE.
We do not support older browsers like Internet Explorer 6-9, Opera 12.1x or Safari 5.1+.
While X_ITE might run without major issues in older browser versions, we do not actively test X_ITE in them and generally do not fix bugs that may appear in them.
Similarly, X_ITE does not fix bugs in pre-release versions of browsers, such as beta or dev releases. If you find a bug with X_ITE in a pre-release of a browser, you should report the bug to the browser vendor.
About Browser Support
X_ITE is constantly tested with all of its supported browsers via unit tests. However, a web page using X_ITE may not work in the same set of browsers if its own code takes advantage of (or falls prey to) browser-specific behaviors. Testing is essential to fully support a browser. The Microsoft Edge Developer site makes available virtual machines for testing many different versions of Internet Explorer. Older versions of other browsers can be found at oldversion.com.
Only the most current version of X_ITE is tested and updated to fix bugs or add features. Users of older versions that find a bug should upgrade to the latest released version to determine if the bug has already been fixed.