I have answered your support ticket on the matter, yet I am pasting my reply here as well for your convenienice, and for others that may have a similar issue. To avoid duplicate threads I suggest that we continue our conversation in the other ticket and once we have come to a conclusion you may share the findings with the community if you like.
Here follows the original reply:
I tried moving the mouse over the notification in the best way I can simulate IE6 (i.e. via the documents and standards modes of IE9). I also tried it with a tool called IeTester that should emulate IE6 as well, yet I was not able to reproduce this issue. As a reference here is my code:
"Sample notification text"
and a video I recorded during my experiment: http://screencast.com/t/8Gk40ozAyo
. Am I missing something? Please note the Pinned="false" attribute, as IE6 does not support the position: fixed CSS property. I would also advise upgrading to the latest internal build, as there have been some fixes in the Notification's positioning since the official release and therefore your issue might be fixed there. If that is not the case can
you please modify the markup so that it displays this behavior and send it back to me, so I can investigate it? A list of steps that result in a reliable reproduction and/or a screen capture would be useful, too.
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