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Revision as of 16:54, 15 March 2013


Why are my cameras showing vertically when viewing the multi-device mode in IE10?


If your cameras are showing vertically while in the multi-device grid view, you may need to enable the "Compatibility View" mode in Internet Explorer 10.

1. Open your camera in Internet Explorer 10 and choose the "Active X mode" sign in option

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2. Towards the top of the page you will see the "Compatibility View" control icon. Click on that icon

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3. The browser will refresh itself and you will be redirected back to the green sign in screen. Click on the "Active X mode" sign in option.

4. Click on the grid view option to return to the multi-device view.

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Your cameras should now be in a normal, horizontal grid view format. Notice that the "Compatibility View" icon has changed to a darker shade of blue.

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