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    Question text formatting within a ext.window in different browsers

    I don't understand why text formatting and layout inside a ext.window looks so different across browsers. I understand that each browser is different. I guess my question is "how do I fix it?" I've played around with inline css styles and just simple html format tags to try and get some spacing between the title in the first tab and the body of the text. Why does the text appear bold in one browser vs the other? It just doesn't make much sense. My attachments are screenshots from IE 7 (top)and FF355 (bottom).

    The code for the window comes straight from the EXT JS samples.


    ie7_version.jpgff35_version.jpg

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    I figured out that my code was pointing to an earlier version of the extjs library (2.2.1). The development website I use to test is a shared space and I assumed that the ext js version was the same as the one I was using.

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