29 Jan 2012 3:50 PM #1
[4.1 B2] Button menu separated from shadow
REQUIRED INFORMATION Ext version tested:
- Ext 4.1 rev B2
- FF5 (firebug 1.8.1)
- Button menu is separated from its shadow. The shadow is in the right place, but the menu is not. Happens on IE 8 and FF 5. Layout is just fine when run from the file system, but is detached when run from a Windows 2008 webserver with IIS7. We have projects on Ext 2.2, 3.x, and 4.0.7 running on that same server successfully. Running the same script on 4.0.7 works ok.
- click on the button to reveal its menu
- the menu should be directly below the button
- The menu's shadow is where it should be, but the button's menu is not.
- not provided
- only default ext-all.css
- WinXP Pro
menu_shadow.PNGscreenshot is from IE8. FF5 is similar.
30 Jan 2012 12:46 PM #2
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I don't have IE8 but on Chrome 16, FF4, IE6 this all looks as expected.
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30 Jan 2012 1:11 PM #3
On our corporate images 70% of folks have IE7 and 30% IE8 and some 15-20% have FF5. I can test IE9 at home off of the corporate image as well as Chrome 17 and FF 9, but those I can only test on the file system or on my Apache platform. Since all of the dev work I do is for corp imaged machines I've been trying to debug 4.1 Beta on the IE8 / FF5 machine only.
The screenshots I did before were from IE. Here is what I'm seeing on FF when published to our corp Windows 2008R2 server. First is the 4.1 Beta 2 screenshot. The second one I pointed to 4.0.7 gpl and republished. Both taken using FF5 with firebug 1.8.1 on a Windows XP Pro box.
31 Jan 2012 7:30 AM #4
I was having some difficult with compatibility mode in IE and I turned that off to make sure that wasn't causing problems in IE. Still see the shadow disconnect with IE running in browser mode: IE8 and document mode: IE8 Standards.
And still in FF, as well, but have only had a chance to test on FF5 with firebug 1.8.1.
31 Jan 2012 12:35 PM #5
I figured it out. In the past when auditioning code I'd take an existing file and point the ext-all.js lib to the new version and test. If all's well then I'd roll apps over to a newer version. Not a great practice if I don't also point to the latest css file, too. When no one else was complaining or could reproduce the anomalies I knew it was something I was doing, but couldn't figure out what.
Sorry for the wasted effort looking for bugs that just weren't there. Please consider this thread closed.