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Temp asked on 14 Jun 2012, 10:51 PM
Has anyone had any issues with rendering in IE9? We have an app with a 2 level tree view of regions and districts, works fine on Chrome, but in IE9 it render inconsistently, sometimes it will nest the top level nodes into another top level node, sometimes it will display text boxes with 1:1 in them, just can't guarantee it is going to be usable.


There are other checkboxes in the page earlier on that aren't in a tree, hopefully this doesn't cause it?

Unsure how to fix this.

Attached are some screenshots of actual views, and this is just by pressing F5, you get these different presentations.


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answered on 18 Jun 2012, 07:47 AM
Hello Michael,

I think I might have seen this before and the issue was related to the larger font-size / line-height used, in combination of the floated expand / collapse arrows.

Can you provide a runnable demo, which reproduces this problem, so that we can test it locally? Thank you in advance.

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