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Collaborator lsvx commented Feb 21, 2013 Chris, Of course, changing the settings in IE was only to help debug, not a proposed solution to the problem :)! sgarbesi closed this Oct 20, 2014 dylanparry commented Oct 20, 2014 A quick test confirmed it now works for me. I uploaded the newest version of the plugin to my live site and your "IE XDR load fail" alert popup is being displayed (see screenshow below). share|improve this answer answered Oct 23 '12 at 8:40 Sean 211 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Have you tried jQuery.contents() ? my review here

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ie/cc288060(v=vs.85).aspx http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5250256/inconsistent-ajax-xdr-response-from-ie Collaborator lsvx commented Feb 22, 2013 Chris, I was actually just going to link you to the msdn.microsoft.com article on XDomainRequest. I had to add a CSS style check, only added it for IE11 Gotta love IE, it will keep us all in business forever. I'm not sure if this is even possible, but since trying to *do* anything with the property names on the foreign `window` object will throw a security error, I'm OK with How to say you go first in German Spaced-out numbers What are the legal consequences for a tourist who runs out of gas on the Autobahn?

Some services do not start in Windows Vista How to troubleshoot an "access denied" error message when you try to manually start the Windows Firewall service on Windows Vista computers or Chris AljanScholtens commented Mar 1, 2013 Hi Lucas, I do have the same issue via virtualbox local and via the web while everything is on the same domain. I wonder why/if this happens for other polyfilled methods in a similar manner or it's just specific to Object or Object.getOwnPropertyNames.

  • niemyjski commented May 11, 2015 @ljharb did you ever hear back from the IE team?
  • seeden commented May 28, 2015 +1 for fix or remove in short run jacobq commented May 28, 2015 +1 for remove (or disable for IE11) Collaborator ljharb commented May 28, 2015
  • Is anyone aware of a way to do this - somehow set the document.domain property of this dynamically created