CSS initial keyword incompatible with Internet Explorer

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I was working with Citrix Custom Workflow on ShareFile and found that in the "approver view", the "+ N More" button to reveal more approver on the list does not work in Internet Explorer 11. I've did some investigation and found that it is probably due to the use of "initial" keyword for HTML class as follows:

 .workflow-sidebar .workflow-overview ul.participants.show-all-participants{
max-height: initial;
}

Although it works well in other browser. but would you consider changing it to "max-height: 100%" for better compatibility as IE is still many company's choice of default browser? Much appreciated if a reply is given ASAP.



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KarKeng Chan

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Posted 2 months ago

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Nick Nicholls, Employee

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I ticket has been opened to fix this issue. Thank you for the feedback
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KarKeng Chan

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Thank you, may I know if I’m able to check the status of the ticket?
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Nick Nicholls, Employee

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It is not public. We'll keep you updated here.

Thanks,
Nick
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KarKeng Chan

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Ok, thanks
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KarKeng Chan

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Hi, I would like to ask if there's any update regarding the above matter?
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Nick Nicholls, Employee

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The work has been completed. We are planning on releasing it sometime this week.
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Nick Nicholls, Employee

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It has been released. Let me know if you continue to have issues.

Thanks,
Nick
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I think a similiar problem exists with links to "provide feedback".   When my users click on them (in IE), the display is only a white box.  Works fine in Chrome and Edge.