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Matt asked on 05 Dec 2008, 03:28 PM
I'm having a really weird error with my brand spanking new full copy of the Rad controls. I've been working with the RadGrid for the last couple of weeks (its awesome by the way) and put it on a page got it all styled up and looking amazing. Now, I've move on to starting to work on Docks. I was attempting to style them and I couldn't get my buttons or a lot of styles to show up in firefox. So, I stripped everything away and just put a simple dock in a dock zone and in a dock layout. Put a skin on it (black now but have tried several others) and gave it a title. Basically the simplest thing you could do with dock. I went through and checked all the browsers to see how this looked in all of them. IE6 and 7 fine, Opera fine, Safari fine, Firefox 2 and 3 no skin I get an all white dock with the title (I can drag it around the page so I know its a dock) in italic. I have a master page and all the styling looks fine on all browsers All the styles on my radgrid look good on all browsers, I am using mostly styles from my .css file on my radgrid and if I override the skin on the dock I can see some styles, but not everything (especially the command buttons) I would like to use a skin as my base and just change what I need from there. I put a radstylesheet manager on the page and turned outputcompression off (thats how I got it to work on all the other non-ie browsers), but still no skin on firefox.  As I said earlier we are using a masterpage and do have compression in our global.asax. But I can't see how either one of those issues would just effect firefox. Any help or places to look to solve these problems would be much appreciated

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answered on 08 Dec 2008, 08:34 AM
Hi Matt,

We are not sure what may be the cause for the skin issues you are experiencing with FireFox 2 and 3, as on our side everything works fine. Still, we want to help, and we want to ask you to prepare and send us (to send an attacchment, open a new support ticket, as you are not able to attach files in the forums) a small runnable project with your docks, layout, your css files, etc.

Kind regards,
Martin Ivanov
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