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materialised asked on 19 Dec 2007, 05:09 PM
Hi All,

I am having some issues using the Prometheus RadWindow.
All the functionality works great, however the visual style of the window seems to be wrong, even when using default skins.

Here is a screenshot: http://mick-walker.co.uk/screenshot.jpg

I simply set the window properties from my codebehind:

if (Request.Cookies["MWNotify"] == null) {

// The cookie isnt present so show the alert window

// Set the RadWindow Properties

RadWindow1.Title =

"Be Notified of New Updates";

//RadWindow1.Skin = "Vista";

RadWindow1.Modal =

true;

RadWindow1.Height =

Unit.Parse("400px");

RadWindow1.Width =

Unit.Parse("600px");

RadWindow1.NavigateUrl =

"Notify.aspx";

RadWindow1.VisibleOnPageLoad =

true;

}

What could cause this?

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Todd Anglin
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answered on 19 Dec 2007, 08:36 PM
Make sure you don't have any general CSS rules applied to your page that could be affecting the Window's CSS styling. In other words, look for rules that are broadly applied to generic HTML elements (like body, a, html, etc.) and make sure those rules aren't adversely affecting the RadWindow. A tool like FireBug in FireFox can help you quickly examine the rules being applied to your Window and discover the source of the problem.

Let me know if that helps.

-Todd
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materialised
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answered on 20 Dec 2007, 10:48 AM
Thanks Todd,
fixed it :)

Regards
Mick
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Todd Anglin
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answered on 20 Dec 2007, 04:12 PM
Mick-

Happy to hear your fixed it. Based on the CSS rule you posted earlier, you shouldn't see too much impact on your site by removing it. The main things that will change are you table border colors and the padding in your tables. It was the later setting that was affecting your RadWindow.

When your designers get back in the office, encourage them to modify the "broad" rules in your CSS to make sure they don't affect your 3rd party components.

Enjoy the holidays!

-Todd
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