System and Browser Requirements for Consumer Bill Pay

(Revised August, 2012)

The following list describes systems and browsers that are classified as “Supported” and “Allowed” for consumer bill pay, and other browsers that have been “Tested”. While the bill pay application may function properly with other browser and platform combinations, Bank of the Pacific recommends only those on the following list:

 

Microsoft Windows:


•  Windows 7 – Supported - IE 9, Firefox 12, Chrome 19, Allowed - JAWS 13, IE 8
•  Windows Vista – Supported - IE 9, Firefox 12, Chrome 19, Allowed - JAWS 13, IE 8
•  Windows XP – Supported - IE 8, Firefox 12, Chrome 19, Allowed - JAWS 13.0


 

Macintosh:


•  OS X 10.7 – Safari 5.1, Allowed - Firefox 12, Chrome 19
•  OS X 10.6 – Safari 5.1, Allowed - Firefox 12, Chrome 19


 

Browser Notes:


•  JavaScript – is required for the application to function optimally. If not enabled, certain functions will  not work properly.


•  Cookies – the browser must be set to allow cookies and/or explicitly allow 3rd party cookies for CheckFree RXP to function.


•  Screen Resolution – 800 x 600 VGA or higher


•  Windows Display Properties Settings – should be 96 dpi (Windows default)


•  Browser Text Size – should be Medium

 

Blocked Browsers:

The following browsers are programmatically blocked from use because the browsers affect the ability to successfully make a payment using consumer bill pay:

 

•  Microsoft Windows – CompuServe, Netscape
•  Macintosh – Microsoft IE


Macintosh Screen Capture:


•  Apple/Shift/3 – Captures the entire screen
•  Apple/Shift/4 – Click and drag the pointer and release mouse button to capture a portion of the screen.

 

Links for Browsers:

•  Microsoft - http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/products/internet-explorer
•  Apple - http://www.apple.com/downloads/
•  Mozilla - http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/
•  Google - http://www.google.com/chrome/
•  JAWS - http://sales.freedomscientific.com/ProductInfo.aspx?productid=340014-001

 


Browser Category Definitions:

 

•  Supported – All functionality of the product has been tested and successfully meets functional and design requirements.


•  Allowed – All major functionality of the product has been tested and successfully meets functional requirements. Some design deficiencies may occur.