There are two known issues with RadDock and IE6:
- Rounded corners are not supported under Internet Explorer 6 because the IE6 browser does not have correct support for composite CSS classes. So even you have enabled rounded corners they will be shown in their default manner (squared). This however should not cause a problem as can be seen on some of our demo examples.
- The second issue is explained on the following web-site: http://snook.ca/archives/html_and_css/position_relative_overflow_ie/. The DockZone has position: relative and if it is placed in a container that doesn't have position: relative the problem with the scrolling will appear. The solution is to set position: relative to the container element.
This issue is present in IE7 also.
Other than these two issues we are not aware of any other issues between IE6 and RadDock. The RadDock control is fully cross-browser compatible.
Could you please send a sample project that demonstrates the problems with the invisible UserControls? Additionally, if you have ajaxified the dock's content using the AjaxManager make sure you have specified width: 100%
and height: 100%
to the content wrapper which is rendered by the AjaxManager.
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