[CLOSED] IE7 page rendering problem?

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  1. #41

    RE: [CLOSED] IE7 page rendering problem?

    We're beginning testing of one of our apps, and we're noticing these occasional page load problems again using 1.0 of Coolite.

    Was a fix ever found for Ext JS 3.0 / 3.1?
  2. #42

    RE: [CLOSED] IE7 page rendering problem?

    Hi,

    I can confirm that issue is still perssisting. Here is the topic which contains discussion about that problem
    http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=72159


    The reason why we did not include the fix is the ExtJS toolkit is changing every day at this moment. We are planing to include fix to the final release (I don't understand why ExtJS doesn't fix it in own code because it is very old issue)
    Vladimir Shcheglov
    Sr. Developer
  3. #43

    RE: [CLOSED] IE7 page rendering problem?

    Thanks Vladimir. Do you have any idea as to when the 1.0 final release will be? Is it still likely to be before the end of January? We're in the testing phase of our application and could really do with having some of these Ext JS bugs fixed soon.

    Many thanks for your help,

    Dan
  4. #44

    RE: [CLOSED] IE7 page rendering problem?

    Hi All,


    I see this issue while using coolite 0.8.2, IE7, IIS7.
    Is there any fix available. Aleast a temporary solution to fix the issue before coolite toolkit version 1.0 is released.

    If anybody was able to fix this issue, can you suggest a possible approach.

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