I have just dared to start my Windows computer after the cyberattacks.
Like Tim Dawson, I find I can still access SkydemonLight in Internet Explorer.
This time I was required to update Silverlight. It actually seemed to run more quickly than previously.
I don't understand why a whole room full of people were unable to access SDL form Internet Explorer. Could they have all been using Edge without realising? The symbol is very similar.
Incidentally Firefox has recently dropped support for Silverlight so on Windows the only browser that still supports Silverlight (and so SkydemonLight) is, as far as I know, Internet Explorer. This is a general direction of travel for browser developers, so I hope SkydemonLight developers will soon release a new interface which does not rely on Silverlight.