Mercury (https://github.com/jejacks0n/mercury) is a light-weight content editor.
Checkout the live demo here http://jejacks0n.github.com/mercury/
With IE11, when we click on the editable region and select "Link" from top nav to insert the link, an empty dialog appears and stay empty forever. In console, we have this message:
SCRIPT5007: Unable to get property 'cloneContents' of undefined or null reference
File: mercury.min.js, Line: 466, Column: 25786
In non-IE browsers, the same script runs without any issue.
Last year you guys postponed the request for IE 9 and IE10 - https://connect.microsoft.com/IE/feedback/details/747092/problems-with-popups-iframe-based-rich-text-editors
Do you have plan to fix this essential part of web -- HTML5 content editing -- in IE11? Or you still expect us to tweak our scripts for IE11, because IE fails to handle JS like every other browser does... Please don't close this one unless its really fixed!