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ie7 tree css issue


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Blackdog

13 April 2008 at 11:35pm Community Member, 156 Posts

Hi all,

I have run into the issue where the titles in "Attach Image From the file store" get cut off in IE7.

Firefox seems to handle that element fine and vary the width of it to suit the content. To combat the issue in IE7 I set the width in "tree.css" in the jsparty/tree folder.

I set it with a IE specific hack to avoid any problems this might cause in FF. That is what brings me here.. surely other people are experiencing this issue.

cheers.

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Double-A-Ron

16 September 2008 at 4:33pm (Last edited: 16 September 2008 4:33pm), Community Member, 604 Posts

Yes I just had this reported by a client. IE7 Only. It appears that the popup div is layered under the "Attach Image" button and it's container.

Attached is a shot of what it looks like. But surely this is common??

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Double-A-Ron

16 September 2008 at 5:12pm Community Member, 604 Posts

I think I found the css bug:

jsparty/tree/tree.css

Line 76 under the class ul.tree a {

overflow: hidden;

Changing this to

overflow: visible;

Fixes the issue.

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UncleCheese

19 September 2008 at 2:39am 4085 Posts

Bless you! This has been driving me crazy!

-also "double A" ron

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Liam

19 September 2008 at 11:45am (Last edited: 19 September 2008 11:45am), Community Member, 470 Posts

I never knew about the problem, not using IE and all, but I'll be sure to implement the fix on my standard copy I start with.

Might want to open a ticket with the fix to help get this squashed in future releases.

Cheers!

*edit* and just to be sure, the fix hasn't caused any other issues with other browsers?

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UncleCheese

19 September 2008 at 2:05pm 4085 Posts

Confirmed.

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Double-A-Ron

25 September 2008 at 3:35pm Community Member, 604 Posts

It seems that there is more than one way to skin a CSS cat:

[url]http://open.silverstripe.com/changeset/57763[/url]

I tested that fix and it works too. Says it's a changeset, but no version specified. I guess that was after 2.2.2 was released, so hopefully this bug will be out as standard by 2.2.3.

Cheers
Aaron