Canadian Pacific

Canadian Pacific

Posted on 04/28/2015


Photo taken on April 27, 2015



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To my flickr friends, please read...

To my flickr friends, please read...
*** This affects my flickr account only. ***

For those of you with dual flickr/ Ipernity platforms, I'll try to comment on Ipenity in the meantime.

Some of you no doubt have noticed that I seem to have been very quiet since my return from Hong Kong. Well, it's partly because flickr no longer supports Microsoft Internet Explorer 9.

At home I use Google Chrome and Internet Explorer 11, and I also occasionally use my iPhone 5. But at work, we still use the 'ancient' Internet Explorer 9, which is not supported by flickr anymore. I can still see the photos and 'fav' photos at work, but cannot comment or reply to comments.

Until my work place switches to a newer version of IE, I'm afraid I won't be commenting as frequently as before.

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Jorlam
Jorlam
let's face it Swire - those working on Flickr do not care about the user's needs/desires/wants.. we are all just fodder to pander to their ego.. it seems user numbers matter more than user satisfaction..
2 years ago.
John FitzGerald
John FitzGerald
I left because I got tired of being kicked in the teeth. I still have a small free account there, though, to keep in touch with people, and it just keeps getting worse. Now when I enlarge a photo in Chrome I can only see a part of it, for example.
2 years ago.
TigerHead
TigerHead
My disdain for Flickr is well-known. My comments on my pages.
2 years ago.
Canadian Pacific
Canadian Pacific
Hi guys! Well, as much as flickr's change is annoying. They are hardly the only one. When I use the workplace browser (IE 9) to visit BBC News, CBC News, and many other news media, it doesn't work well. Ipernity itself is not problem-free either. Ipernity freezes on me way more often than flickr does. And believe me, for me, flickr (on Chrome) is way way way faster than Ipernity. So both flcikr and Ipernity are frustrating to me at times, and Ipernity slightly more so and more frequently.
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
Canadian Pacific
Canadian Pacific
I spoke too soon. After having issues with Ipernity uploading, now flickr has made more changes and many functions are not working on flickr again : (

Geeez, being on photo-sharing sites is a real test and training to my patience! LOL
2 years ago.