Whilst a minor problem under normal circumstances, IE will not allow me to download any trainers, it always fails with a "long running script" error. This is not the only issue I have with IE, many of the sites I visit don't work properly with IE, but are fine with Firefox, including CH.
It's IE11 running on a Win 10 desktop and I refuse to use that god awful Edge.
I'm assuming using IE is hard coded into the trainer. Any chance this can be fixed for future trainers ?
Since neither Google nor Mozilla publish this kind of API, your request is not possible and is unlikely feasible regardless. The source to their engines is open sourced though so if you want to dive into the code and see if you can build some custom solution or a compatibility layer then you are free to do so (Cheat Happens will not be doing this though).
Guess I'll just have to live with copying and pasting url's into Firefox to get the downloads to work.
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