I hope this is the right place to post about a Slider Revolution bug. Have to say it is a painful process trying to contact you, if it is. Here’s my issue:
My homepage slider didn’t even render in Internet Explorer 11 - the IE11 version that’s bundled with the latest version of Windows 10 (leaving a big white space where the Slider should be). This happened after I updated Slider Revolution to v6.4.6. A network trace in IE11 shows a fatal error:
SCRIPT1010: Expected identifier
When I swap rs6.min.js v6.4.6 DATE: 2021-03-19 for the rs6.min.js script DATE: 2021-02-10 VERSION: 6.4.0 the slider works perfectly. Conclusion: you need to test your code in IE11. This isn’t the first serious bug I’ve found in your releases. I know it’s a hateful browser, but according to my Google Analytics reports there are many tech and security illiterate people who enjoy using it.
Please fix this bug! My site (which is having to use rs6.min.js v6.4.0 is https://www.ksl-training.co.uk. Since it’s using the older script, it does work in IE11 now. I am just not sure whether there are any other consequences for running the older rs6.min.js script on a newer Slider Revolution build.
Whilst writing, you may also want to look at code bulk. Revolution Slider, when installed as a WP plugin causes serious degradations in Page Speed due to the large number of bulky assets, many of which you can’t defer loading. It also loads its stylesheets and scripts on all pages, even though, in my case, it is only used on the homepage. How hard can it be to detect when the page doesn’t use Slider Revolution, to remove these bulky unused assets?!