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Compatibility with ipad or other tablets for data entry

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  • kristiakkristiak Posts: 1,281 ✭✭✭

    That explains why you have problem. IOS support was not released until 3.1.4 which was released on June 20th 2013. I would recommend you to upgrade to the latest current

    Regards

    Krister 

  • tduongtduong Posts: 6
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    Terrific news! So once we update, we would be able to use OC on the Safari browser or does it still need to be firefox/explorer?


    From: kristiak >
    Date: Friday, August 8, 2014 at 12:27 PM
    To: Tina Duong >
    Subject: Re: [OpenClinica] Compatibility with ipad or other tablets for data entry

    That explains why you have problem. IOS support was not released until 3.1.4 which was released on June 20th 2013. I would recommend you to upgrade to the latest current

    Regards

    Krister
  • kristiakkristiak Posts: 1,281 ✭✭✭

    From version 3.1.4 of OpenClinica you can use Safari as a browser on any Mac unit running IOS 7 and above.. As far as I know you can still not install OpenClinica on IOS.

    Regards


    Krister

  • gbf01gbf01 Posts: 1
    This conversation is over a year old, but it is the only one I found when searching 'Firefox for iOS'.

    We are interested in entering data into OpenClinica from a Mac iPad, using either Firefox or Safari, but preferably Firefox, since it is compatible with our other applications. One of our users recently tried entering data into OpenClinica Enterprise Version: 3.4 using Firefox for iOS (version 3). He saw the browser incompatibility warning, and indeed a few things didn't work, particularly pop-up windows. Can anyone verify this? Would Safari have done better? Is there an official listing of approved iOS browser versions?

    Thanks,
    Glen
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