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    "Surely as a .Net developer you've experience a few things about IE that maybe bug you? "

    That's a joke right? A FEW things? I don't even use IE anymore, except as a test client prior to rolling out releases.

    "I wrote my first game in TRS_DOS Basic on a 1 MHZ Z-80 with 4K RAM in or around 1980..."

    GW-BASIC on an Atari PC with a 8088 processor probably around 1984 or so for me. Yeah, I think we're both on the same page

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    Quote Originally Posted by jack.slocum View Post
    I found out the problem is still there on FireFox 1.5 PC. Everywhere else is fixed. It's a start.
    Hey Jack,
    I'm seeing this problem in FF2 concerning dialogs that have textfields in them.
    A way I had worked around it previously was to wrap the textfield in a div with some overflow settings:

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    <div class='dlg-input-wrap'><input type='text'/></div>
    
    /* so input fields get blinking cursor */
    .dlg-input-wrap{
        overflow: auto;
        overflow-x: hidden;
    }
    And that seemed to fix things. Is that something similar to what you had done before? And are you seeing this issue in FF for dialogs with input fields? I am specifically using the prompt dialog. Thanks...

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    The overflow auto workaround doesn't always work for the missing cursor (1/2 the time). I have found that this works most of the time:

    dialog.on('show', function(){ dialog.el.appendTo(document.body); } );

    The problem (2nd one) is when the z-index of the element is not the same order as it is in the DOM. This hack moves it to the last position when it is shown which fixed it for me.
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    hello,
    in the context of what i'm currently working on, i couldn't get that to work Jack. however, doing this worked (i know you said it won't always, but for what i'm working on it does):

    Code:
    Ext.extend(Ext.form.DialogTextField, Ext.form.TextField,  {
    	onRender : function(ct, position){
    		Ext.form.DialogTextField.superclass.onRender.apply(this, arguments);
    		this.el.wrap( {tag: "div", cls: "dlg-input-wrap"} );
    	}
    });
    do you recall the instances in which your method works and this one doesn't and vice versa? thank you....

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    hmmm... this seems to break tabbing through fields, ugh...

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    if anyone is interested, i added this to the above div wrapper and all is good (so far )

    Code:
    onfocus: "this.childNodes[0].focus();"

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