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    Quote Originally Posted by abe.elias View Post
    It's finally here. http://www.sencha.com/products/extjs/examples/

    Sorry that it took so long.
    Thanks. Is this final version is supporting old IE?

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    Yes, this version brings full IE support.

    Hope you like it.

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    amaznig, thanks, it is a great news.

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    What IE versions are supported Officially? thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by zlevardy View Post
    What IE versions are supported Officially? thx
    The neptune theme is officially supported in IE7 and above, both strict and quirks modes. We excluded IE6 because of it's lack of support for PNG alpha-transparency, since neptune uses PNG icons to achieve the nice smooth edges on the panel tools and other icons.

    All other aspects of the theme other than PNG alpha-transparency should work in IE6 as well. If you need to support IE6 and would like to use neptune, you could extend the neptune theme and create all your own icons in gif format. The image extension used in the generated CSS can be easily changed using the global $image-extension sass variable.

    For more info on extending neptune to create your own theme see the Theming Guide
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