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  1. The modules directory on modules.processwire.com also has a PW compatible version info added. Since this is an official directory, I urge every modules developer to update their modules with that info (and first test your module in 2.2 2.3 etc.) Since there's a new option added for each PW version, this has to be done by the module developer. There's people browsing this directory and don't know that this info is not up to date for most modules and think it's not compatible with 2.3! Thanks for your time! Soma
  2. Hi, When I try to login to /processwire with IE 8 (8.0.6001 to be exact), I get the "Processwire does not support IE7 and below at this time" message. is this expected with IE and the error message is just wrong, or is IE supported? I have a number of client users who will be using the CMS and are using IE 8. I know about Chrome Frame and could use it as a last resort, but would strongly prefer not to. Thanks!
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