If you open up the browser console, usually by hitting F12, there should be an error message letting you know what the problem is.
It could be that IE is harsher in terms of loading cross-origin resources, which is something that was looked at during the last SR1 of Sense. Otherwise you could add a allow-origin header to the proxy to make sure all resources are loaded correctly.
The response header would be something like
You can get more info about it here: HTTP access control (CORS) - HTTP | MDN
Same problem here!
Check the QlikSense integration at http://qvheroes.com/?id=asdf24ag352hsdggsdf
- qvheroes.com includes the .css from http://demo.heldendaten.net:8080 as stated in the mashup documentation
--> These files try to read .ttf from http://demo.heldendaten.net:8080
--> causing a same origin issue. See attached screenshot in Firefox
For me the font works in IE11;
Firefox 38 and Chrom 43 throw the error!
It's really annoying as chart's toolbar shows strange characters...
I have a look on your mashup and looks really great and responsive.
I'm having the same problem with the weird characters in some browsers ... funny, works in IE, but not in chrome. I'm using the integration between a local IIS in my machine with a qlik sense server in a VM.
I'm facing another problem as well. When I browse the same webpage in two different browses any action in one browser is reflected in the another browser. Do you know why this is happening? I don't have idea what's happening there.
Btw, How have you fixed the weird characters staff?
1) All browsers of an authenticated user share the same "selection state". That's a cool feature of Qlik Sense (because of the web socket protocol). So basically if you select something on your IPAD, your Laptop shows the same selection. Really handy when you do presentations on a beamer .
2) I haven't done anything about the font; sometimes it works, sometimes it fails; I haven't really found a pattern. Hopefully someone at Qlik takes a look at this issue..
Another potential cause for the issue that could be an easy fix is to check the Font download security setting. If it is disabled, Qlik Sense will not be able to serve your browser the font file necessary to display the icons.
If you are on the server or the server is on your local intranet, the setting is located in:
Tools (the little settings gear in the top right) -> Internet Options (2nd from the bottom) -> Security (tab) -> Local intranet (icon) -> Custom level... (button) -> Downloads (about half way down the list) -> Font Download
You may have to enable this setting for the Internet security zone as well.
Hope that helps.