Last edited by devtig; 11 Feb 2010 at 6:00 AM. Reason: was incomplete
So while I code and test in Firefox, we always have to make sure it works correctly in IE6. Most issues are simple to fix and the most common error we get in IE6 with ExtJS 3 is extra commas, which can easily be found and corrected by using www.JSlint.com
That's all I'm saying.
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Contribute to a better world and persuade your IT department to deploy a newer browser.
There are too many companies out there with legacy applications used by thousands of employees that work only under IE6.
There are too many companies out there that use Windows XP in Domains set up so the users cannot install software on their own. They are stuck with IE6 until those companies choose to upgrade from XP to Windows 7.
One of the key reasons to use a toolkit like ExtJS is that you get near 100% cross browser compatibility, including IE6.