Ok well that’s interesting and annoying at the same time. I’m assuming that MT4 uses .NET framework and then the native web client. I’m using windows xp as a system since I’ve got my own cluster to host off. SSD storage is still expensive so I went for XP at 5Gig instead of Windows 7 at 30+Gig. Now both dailyfx.com and forexfactory.com block IE 8 (by the looks of it) so maybe upgrading the IE on the box will change the web client libraries. I’ll try that and get back to you otherwise I’ll have to migrate MT4 to a linux based system.