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Invalid certificate on all SE sites

As you noticed, the DST Root CA X3 certificate expired today. In theory, if you're running a current browser (which you are) on a current OS, you should be fine and switch over to the new root ...
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Maybe it's time to formally drop support for IE 11

As of early November 2019, support for IE 11 has been dropped from SE's official compatibility matrix. Edge is still supported, though I guess in 6-8 weeks I might ask about Edge (EdgeHTML) support ...
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Maybe it's time to formally drop support for IE 11

I vote to leave Internet Explorer 11 supported in the current form. The first reason is, I occasionally use Windows RT, on which the latest browser is IE11, and there's no other way to install any ...
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Stack Exchange changes broke UI on multiple legacy browsers - Again

Looks like it may have been caused by an optional chaining operator in some JavaScript once again. I'm seeing the following error in my error console for Meta: Timestamp: 3/1/2022, 3:09:41 AM Error: ...
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Maybe it's time to formally drop support for IE 11

To state it: IE 11 is still supported by the Manufacturer until 2025. The EOL is in 2025. The same date that Windows 10 support will be dropped from Microsoft. I don’t contest the support drop from ...
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Stack Exchange changes broke UI on multiple legacy browsers - Again

This is now fixed. Thanks for highlighting the specific optional chaining usage here. Because this was an isolated instance where it was easy to rewrite the logic to not use optional chaining, I was ...
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Supported browser versions needs updating

We have now automatized the process of updating the browsers versions shown in browsers.stackoverflow.design. Technical details can be found in this commit.
giamir's user avatar
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Was support for the SeaMonkey browser just removed?

Seamonkey never was supported as it's not a major browser. You were fortunate that it worked for as long as it did, though.
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What new functionality was implemented that resulted in Internet Explorer 11 support being removed?

None specifically, yet. It's more a culmination of features that have been added over time that have been building up a lot of IE-specific clutter in our CSS and JavaScript and blocking other specific ...
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Where should I ask about lowering browser CPU usage?

If you're looking for an alternative browser, then Software Recommendations is probably what you want, as noted by @Robert Longson. Be aware that SoftwareRecs.SE is pretty strict with questions, so be ...
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Supported browser versions needs update

This issue has been fixed. The reason these values don't update on-the-fly is because this is a static site that is generated from data that comes from the browserslist npm package. Updating the site ...
Ben Kelly's user avatar
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What is our stance on questions specific to unsupported browsers?

Assuming you mean questions like bugs happening while using a browser that turns out to be not supported according to the official FAQ, I usually won't downvote or close as off topic as it still about ...
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Stack Exchange requires external JavaScript from another domain, which is blocked or failed to load

Rob's comment (above) triggered "more thinking", and I quickly found the culprit: I use an 'add-on' in Firefox called AdBlockPlus. I've used it for years, and never had a problem with Stack ...
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Stack Exchange changes broke UI on multiple legacy browsers - Again

There's an interesting question - What's a reasonable point not to support old browsers. Its not a matter of bandaiding the current breakages, but to actually try to figure out what's a reasonable ...
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Stack Exchange changes broke UI on multiple legacy browsers - Again

Stack Overflow states their support for browsers here: Stack Overflow supports the last two stable versions of major browsers. This does not include beta/dev releases, which are not supported. ...
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Let's not put tag name before the question's title in browser title

I don't use the tab title, so I'm not bothered by your examples. What does bother me though is that tags often chew up valuable space in Google results instead of showing more of the title: "proper ...
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Mobile Firefox is not supported?

Firefox for Mobile is not officially supported and never has been on our network. It has always been in a state of "it works but may break" in our list of supported browsers on Meta (which in fact ...
animuson's user avatar
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Supported browser versions is not up to date for Opera browser

TL;DR: the root cause for this is that not enough people are using the latest versions, see below for details. While this is a bug, it's not directly on SE side this time. They read the data for the ...
Shadow Wizard Love Zelda's user avatar
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Supported browser versions needs update

We have now automatized the process of updating the browsers versions shown in browsers.stackoverflow.design. See also this answer for more context.
giamir's user avatar
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Invalid certificate on all SE sites

Confirmation of the Problem I'm also getting the problem. I'm in Asia. In order to post here, I actually had to set my system clock back one day to allow my browser (Firefox 48.0.2 on Mac OS X v10.8....
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Where should I ask about lowering browser CPU usage?

While recommendation questions are off-topic in most Stack Exchange sites there is one that might be suitable if you're looking specifically for a browser add-on: Software Recommendations. It has ...
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