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CalendarDateField in Popup - CSS Bug?


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Double-A-Ron

25 September 2008 at 3:10pm Community Member, 604 Posts

Hi all. Searched and searched and was surprised no one had come across this, but just checking if anyone has yet:

I have a CMS_Popup for adding dates to a page. This popup consists of one ComboBox and two CalendarDateField.

It seems that CalendarDateFields (or more specifically, the popup calendar) don't play well with the middleColumn span that SS uses as a container wrapping the fields in IE. If you look at the Screenshot, you can see a comparison between IE7 and FF 3.0. The top row of the date selecter is under the MiddleColumn in IE7, making those dates completely un-selectable.

Has anyone else seen this yet? There is nothing in the bug tracker.

Cheers
Aaron

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Willr

25 September 2008 at 5:49pm Forum Moderator, 5511 Posts

Def a CSS bug. You might like to submit it as such on open.silverstripe.com. It looks like something todo with overflow: hidden with firefox. and something to do with z-index or absolute positioning IE.