SSRS 2014 Display Bug In IE

Kevin Eckart alerts us to a display bug in SQL Server Reporting Services 2014:

In SSRS 2014 there is a bug in rendering pages in Internet Explorer where the Save, Refresh, and Print buttons will all show on different lines in IE.

Keep those instances patched, folks.

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