We also posted work-arounds for using the Quantum CMS authoring tool in Internet Explorer 9.As of yesterday afternoon we have deployed a longer-term fix until the rendering issues with Internet Explorer 9 and the WYSIWYG editor are corrected.This chapter describes the I/O Registry architecture and the planes the Registry uses to represent relationships between objects.
Instead, it is built at each system boot and resides in memory.
The I/O Registry is made accessible from user space by APIs in the I/O Kit framework.
It is most useful to think of the I/O Registry as a tree: Each object is a node that descends from a parent node and has zero or more child nodes.
The Registry follows the definition of a tree in nearly all respects, with the exception of a small minority of nodes that have more than one parent.
If you are using Internet Explorer 9 for Windows, you may have noticed some oddities in the WYSIWYG editor.