RadSkinManager and error on cross browser

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  1. ismail
    ismail avatar
    6 posts
    Member since:
    Aug 2011

    Posted 14 Oct 2011 Link to this post

    In my project I have asp buttons, checkboxes and already have telerik buttons, grids etc. I want to set a custom skin for all of them.
    In master page I put a skinmanager and formdecorator elements and set my custom skin. I used both of them because If I use only formdecorator asp controls affected from skin not telerik controls, or If I use only skinmanager, telerik controls affected from skin not asp controls. So I used all of them.
    1- Are there a solution about using only one component for setting a skin to all controls(Asp and Telerik)
    2- After building project, in Google Chrome there is no problem in skin, everything is working fine but in IE 9 all controls are looking very bad, in Firefox skin is working but positions are wrong. How can I solve?
    In attachments you can see screen captures for Chrome, IE and Firefox.

    Thank you.
  2. Tsvetoslav
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    1823 posts

    Posted 19 Oct 2011 Link to this post

    Hello Ismail,

    Straight to your questions:

    1. There is not a single component that can address both requirements as RadSkinManager was designed to facilate the skin management of the Telerik controls suite where as RadFormDecorator provides a nicer look to the regular asp.net controls in an effort to extend the fine look of the Telerik controls to the MS ones.

    2. It is difficult without looking at your implementation to say what the cause for those distortions might be - it is most probably a css issue but first we need to inspect your code. That's why I'd ask you to open up a formal support ticket and send a runnable sample that can be debugged on our side.

    Thanks for your cooperation.

    Regards, Tsvetoslav
    the Telerik team
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