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Anyone using the current version of Ingeniux CMS? v7 14 Replies

Started by Miz Nichols. Last reply by Kris Martin-Baker Sep 4, 2012.

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Comment by Nathan Eggen on June 10, 2009 at 12:56pm
Hi John,

It is Nathan Eggen from Ingeniux's Development team. Thank you again for you assistance in identifying this software issue. We've got good news about resolution overall.

The issues you reported affect only the Apple Safari 3.0-3.2 browser (which is obviously a very important issue for F&M since you are a Mac campus) and they are caused by a bug in Safari that is exposed by the version of the TinyMCE WYWSIWYG editor that is used in Version 6 SR5.

Positively, we've worked with TinyMCE to identify a patch for the Safari issue. We've also worked with the Safari/WebKit team and identified that this Safari bug will be resolved with Apple Safari 4.

Ingeniux Support will be offering a patch installer to all customers within the next week. All customers will receive an e-mail about this patch availability and Ingeniux Support will be contacting you on your tickets in the next 24 hours for your specific reports.

Thank you,
Nathan Eggen
Comment by John Romanski on June 10, 2009 at 11:45am
Yes, and I have seen issues since. (Filed 2-3 bugs).
Waiting for SR6 hopefully. ETA: unknown.
Comment by David Hillis on February 24, 2009 at 5:24pm
Thanks, and thanks for sharing. It is great to have a chance to respond to these issues directly.
Comment by Janie Porche on February 24, 2009 at 5:20pm
David - I'll send your note along to my coworkers, and they'll be glad to hear it. I'll also pass along your contact info to clients, if they have questions. Cheers!
Comment by David Hillis on February 24, 2009 at 5:16pm
That makes more sense. Gemini Resourcing, a UK integration partner did go under. I do not believe that they left any customers without service and I have not heard about an exchange with our CEO, who if you have ever met is anything but aggressive. The good news is we have a new UK partner we are starting to work with who has years of CMS experience and will be a great addition for our Eurpean customers, so in the end a net gain. It would be great to learn who our former employee working for a competitor would be, I cannot think of anyone who fits that description. Feel free to email me privately if you would like, dhillis@ingeniux.com.
Comment by Janie Porche on February 24, 2009 at 4:56pm
Apparently the European partner/provider went under, leaving some overseas clients without service. At lease one of these clients contacted the CEO, who was apparently "overly aggressive" in his response. Your guess is as good as mine as to what that means. Apparently there is also some trouble with a former employee who now works for a competitor?

I don't work for any vendor or service - I just help clients compare apples to apples to oranges - so, agreed, this would've been pretty big news.
Comment by Michael Santoroski on February 24, 2009 at 4:49pm
Thanks for the post David! This rumor seemed really out of left field to me.
Comment by David Hillis on February 24, 2009 at 4:47pm
Janie, where did you hear that Ingeniux is going under? That is totally unfounded. Ingeniux is having its best fiscal quarter in history right now, despite the economy. We are also hiring as fast as we can find people. We are bringing on about six new hires this month alone. We have had somethign like 30 consecutive profitable quarters and have posted about 40% growth per year the last two years. The company is very profitable. Ingeniux is far from going under... I would really like to know who has been spreading rumors like that. We have been having issues with another CMS vendor spreading rumors and even challenging all of the RFPs we have been winning against them, the rumor did not come from a competitor did it?
Comment by Michael Santoroski on February 24, 2009 at 4:38pm
Janie --

That sounds scary, but I would be pretty shocked if it were true.
Comment by Janie Porche on February 24, 2009 at 4:36pm
I just heard that Ingeniux is going under. Does anyone here have an update?
 

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