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    Question "Web Object" displays Nan when browsing an unsupported date format

    Using MMF is very not easy to learn to do a auxiliary tool to fill in data in the Web page, but met this bug: is the Web page in a display date calendar box, click the date to jump to the corresponding data page, a normal situation is "XXXX - xx - xx" use "Web Object" now browsing, speculation does not support this date format, then displayed as "Nan", result in the page can not jump.
    I wonder if there is a solution?
    (PS: The website is not maintained by myself)

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    These days, again to look up information and study, but still unable to solve the problem.
    Are there any official plans for it (XXXX-XX-X to support this date format?

    right:
    right.png

    NaN:
    NaN.png

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    Tricky question, each OS have different way of parsing a web, is better if you mention what OS is this happening, second parsing is done by Windows, Android or Apple, does this happens when the page is browsed inside the default browser of the corresponding OS.
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    Thank you for your reply!

    test platform:
    win7(64bit):
    IE8.0(64-bit)NaN
    Micrisoft Edge 85.0(64bit)right

    target platform:
    winxp sp3:
    IE8.0:NaN
    Chrome:right

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    hmm seems to be an IE8 error
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    Thanks for the tip!
    The original is related to the browser components of the system, I upgraded IE8 to IE9, "date" problem solved!

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    After I upgraded to IE9, I saw your presentation page in the MMF startup interface. I never saw this before!

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    IE9 does not support Win XP.
    IE8 on Windows XP cannot be upgraded

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