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    Hi guys,
    i noticed that my comboBox appears strange in IE 8...The bottom border disaper and the button aligment is wrong...is anybody else have this problem? only in IE 8 this problem hapens

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    I cant reproduce that on this page: http://www.extjs.com/examples-dev/explorer.html#forms

    Can you please post some testcase do demonstrate the issue?

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    I did not tell, but im using the gxt 1.x

    and in this example below, the button aligment is wrong with IE 8..test it
    http://extjs.com/examples/forms/combos.html

    i will put my code, but is very simple...my question is about the bottom border too..i try to put a image here, but i cant
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    LayoutContainer painelCombo = new LayoutContainer(new FormLayout());
    SimpleComboBox<ElementoPesquisa> cb = new SimpleComboBox<ElementoPesquisa>();
    cb.add(elementos);
    cb.setHideLabel(true);
    cb.setEditable(false);
     
    FormData fd = new FormData("100%");
    fd.setMargins(new Margins(0,0,2,0));
    painelCombo.add(cb,fd);

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    Yah sorry, i was thinking i am in the GXT 2 forums. Yes, GXT 1.2 is not yet compatible with IE8. But that is already fixed in SVN.

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    So, i just have to wait for the next release?
    thanks for the replies

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    Before I log another issue... In our app the IE8 comboboxes are rendered "lower" than any other fields. For instance if I have the following in a FormPanel:

    Label 1: [ Text Box 1 ]
    Label 2: [ Text Box 2 ]
    Label 3: [ Combo Box 1 ]
    Label 4: [ Text Box 3 ]

    The spacing between the textboxes are fine, but the lower part of the combobox almost touches the top of the last textbox. Is this also one of the issues addressed in SVN for 1.2.5?

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    I had this problem. Fixed it by widening the containing form so the combo and it's drop down icon fits without jogging down

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    Hi ,In IE 8.0 my combox open list is not align with combo header as you can see in attachement, have some idea ? thanks

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    Hi i solved this in IE 8.0 by removing Mode=Local property on my dropdown because Mode=Local applied some intial height to Combobox' s list but in firefox and Windows 7 OS , its still opens towards left.you can see in attachement. there is any permanent solution for this bug in EXTJS.29Oct.JPG

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    Hi

    The drop down image(where we click on the down array to view the list) is not in-line with the textbox. But it works fine in Mozilla and chrome.
    Please refer to the image attached.
    Please help me. Thanks in advance.
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