Definitions

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  • adj. Having lesser capabilities or a lower version number.

Etymologies

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down- +‎ level

Examples

  • Can downlevel access (via phones, sidekicks, etc.) be provided for those who don't have computers?

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  • Supposedly, you can build for downlevel systems, but I haven't figured out how to make that work for packages built outside the control of Package Builder.

    May 1st, 2005

  • They ship with Windows so anything they add would be around for all of Windows too, in no worse of a way that the Windows "only latest version" provides, and probably better since they can go downlevel.

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  • ASP. NET 1.1 treated FireFox as a downlevel browser and did not emit all the required

    ASP.NET Forums

  • So the default in Visual Studio is to use TLS, and not the downlevel SSLv3, but the question may come up, what do we do if we are stuck using a device that requires SSLv3?

    Site Home

  • Net ServicePointManager to negotiate downlevel SSLv3 instead of TLS.

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  • How about if an application is running on a downlevel OS.

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  • That's two major release levels behind the latest version, which is Firefox 3.6, and more than half a dozen point releases downlevel from the current, and somewhat conservatively backlevel, Firefox 3.5.

    The Inquirer

  • Even with the browercaps you have provided, Safari still renders the downlevel menufor me. dirkguard

    ASP.NET Forums

  • Safari and IE5. 0 are considered downlevel browsers by ASP. NET.

    ASP.NET Forums

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