Minimum Technical Specifications
|Imagine Module||User Access||Operating System|
|Perceptive Content||Desktop Client||Windows|
|Perceptive Experience||Integrated system such as BFS, Bear Buy, SIS||Windows, Mac|
Supported Browser Versions
Perceptive Content Client and WebNow
Microsoft Windows 7, 8.1, and 10
Note Windows 10 is only supported on Perceptive Content 7.1.3 and above. As of December 19, 2016 Imagine deploys Perceptive Content 7.1.5
Java. Supported version: Oracle JRE version 1.8.x or 1.7.0_45
Note: If a higher version of JRE 1.8.x or 1.7.x presents an issue, Lexmark will work to support it.
However, there might be some rare cases where a newer version of JRE 1.8.x or 1.7.x is found to be incompatible and must be replaced.
This means the tested java version for Imagenow version 7.1.x is Oracle JRE version 1.8.x or 1.7.0_45. Later release of Java version, JRE 1.8.x and 1.7.x should still be compatible with the released products that are using using Java for Imagenow version 7.1.x.
WebNow requires a high-speed Internet connection capable of 1.5 Mbps download and 384 Kbps upload. 1.5 Mbps upload is recommended when using WebNow to import documents.
Browsers. WebNow supports the following web browsers:
• Internet Explorer 11.x for Windows
• Apple Safari web browser 7.1 or 8 on Mac OS X
• Mozilla Firefox for Windows and Macs.
Pop-ups must be allowed from imagineweb.berkeley.edu
Note: As of September 1, 2015 Google Chrome will no longer support Java and therefore cannot be used with WebNow.
Note: Lexmark recommends that users upgrade to the latest patch of the supported browsers. Note that some browsers release automatic updates and some browsers no longer support version numbers.
Browser versions that are updated after users install WebNow are also assumed to work unless otherwise noted.
|Perceptive Experience||Same as for Perceptive Content Client 7.1.5.x (see above).||N/A||Supported products with 3G, 4G, or Wi-Fi connectivity|
Supported browser versions are listed, however, Lexmark recommends that users upgrade to the latest patch of the supported browsers. Note that some browsers release automatic updates and some browsers no longer support version numbers.
Browser versions that update automatically after users install Perceptive Experience are also assumed to work unless otherwise noted. Contact Lexmark Support if you find browser incompatibility
Browser Troubleshooting Checklist for WebNow
The following is a troubleshooting checklist for common browser settings for use with WebNow. Some of these may not apply to a particular browser; the list is useful for numerous browsers.
• Clear the cache on your browser
• Allow pop-ups from (make an exception for) imagineweb.berkeley.edu or verify that your pop-up blocker is turned off
• Put https://imagineweb.berkeley.edu in your list of trusted sites. To do this:
- In IE
- Select Internet Options, then the Security tab, and click on Sites.
- Add https://imagineweb.berkeley.edu to the list of websites.
- In FireFox
- In the Menu bar select Tools and then Options
- Under Content, click on the Exceptions button for Block pop-up windows
- Add imagineweb.berkeley.edu and Allow
- Close Allowed Sites - Pop-ups
- For Java, add URLs to the Exception Site list To do this:
- Open the Java Console found in System Preferences for a Mac or the Control Panel for a Windows machine
- Choose the Security tab
- Choose Edit Site List
- Choose the Add button and paste https://imagineweb.berkeley.edu/webnow/ in the Exception Site List
- Chrome users should also paste https://imagineweb.berkeley.edu/webnow/webnowapplet.jar into the Exception Site List
- Choose OK
• Use the latest version of Java available at http://www.java.com/en/download/ie_manual.jsp?locale=en unless you use an application that requires an earlier version. Check with your local workstation support staff.
• Test Java on your workstation at http://www.java.com/en/download/help/testvm.xml This may take 15 seconds to test
- If documents cannot be printed directly through the WebNow document viewer, launch the associated application such as Adobe Acrobat or MS Word to print.