I have a logon screen that displays lines on the screen (as if reset.css is not working) after filling in 2 fields while using the TAB key or just when you click on the 'Log on'- button.
The login button is only enabled when both fields have values.
At startup it behaves normal:
After entering data in both fields, and as such enabling the login button, it appears broken all of a sudden:
This only occurs on some versions of IE7 and IE8, IE7 example: version 7.0.5730.13
Any ideas how to resolve this issue or hints that could help me find the problem? I've tried installing several developer toolbars in IE but they don't really help.
Last edited by EthiC; 27 Mar 2012 at 4:30 AM.
Reason: removed invaluable info
Just saw 2 internet explorer 8's with exactly the same version, behave differently. 1 had the issue above and the other worked normal. Starting to think this will not be a bug of Ext GWT but of microsoft's part.
I'm not able to replicate this issue in my copy of IE8. I've listed my OS and browser versions; if you could do the same for a browser/machine that has this issue, I can see if I can get any closer to replicating this issue here.
Windows 7 Enterprise, Service Pack 1, 32-bit
IE 8.0.7601.17514, Update Versions: 0
I've noticed a similar issue quite some time ago while using the IE9 developer tools to simulate IE7 (a use case we don't support). Having a known and supported environment where this issue occurs reliably would be very helpful.
No, I'm no closer to finding the problem with the following setup:
Windows XP 32-bit
Version 5.1 (Build 2600.xpsp_sp3_gdr.101209-1647 : Service Pack 3)
Internet Explorer 7.0.5730.13
In the machine that consistently fails to render the panel correctly, have you tried any of the Explorer examples? If so, which of those fail to render correctly?
In the past, we've noticed issues with all of the following: setting browser version in Developer Tools, compatibility mode, standalone (self-contained) IE, and multiple IE installations on a single machine. None of these are configurations that we support, so we haven't done any investigations and never test using any of these configurations. You may want to consider testing using virtual machines (such as using Microsoft's Internet Explorer Application Compatibility VPC images) to ensure that your copies of Internet Explorer are fully standard.
I'll reply here if I start noticing any similar issues in IE in testing.
Thanks for your reply!
Perhaps by installing the MultipleIEs tool that I screwed over my IE, uninstalled it now, but doesn't have an effect.
Went to the examples, result: let's say 50% of the examples have the background issue and it reacts slow.
Uploaded another example for completeness: http://img201.imageshack.us/img201/5756/examplenl.jpg I'll do a quick poll here to see if anyone else has these issues.