Yes. Flywheel by Local is INCOMPATIBLE with IE Edge.
I also keep Edge as default so when random software decides to open a link, it’ll open in Edge, keeping itselg segregated from my actual dev work in Firefox.
If Flywheel Local actually worked in Edge, I could live with FlywheelLocal forcing its links to also open in Edge. But since nothing from Flywheel Local works in Edge, it’s quite a pain. Hovering over a button in Flywheel Local won’t even show the link for me to copy and paste manually into my Dev browser. Hence, must click the link. Wait for it to try opening in Edge. Then copy the link from Edge address bar. Finally, I can manually open the link in my Dev browser.
It’s ridiculous that Flywheel requires one to change the computer OS default browser in order for Flywheel Local to work properly.
All web/dev software, that I know of, that uses browsers, allows the user to choose the default browser for the app to use. Even 20 years ago. It’s fairly basic.