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BRIAN
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BRIAN asked on 01 Oct 2008, 01:04 PM
Hi everybody !

I use a custom skin for my RadGrid (CustomSkinGrid) and when i launch my project with IE6, i see in the beginning of the load and during a short moment the base skin i use for build CustomSkinGrid (Hay, one of the telerik's skin). After this, when my mouse is on the grid, Hay skin appears sometimes, and can crash my application if i go too quickly !!

My custom is very simply, I have modified the .gif sprite, and i don't see any green now. But on IE6, i can see the same green of Hay skin !

I have no problem with IE7 or Firefox.

In fact, i think that Hay appears behind CustomRadSkin and i don't want this of course !

What are you thinking about this trouble and have you some solutions for me please ?? :)

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Dimo
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answered on 01 Oct 2008, 01:57 PM
Hello Brian,

It is very unlikely that CSS would cause IE6 to crash, unless you are using some non-standard-compliant style expressions.

First, please make sure that the problem is in the custom skin by trying several different embedded skins. If the problem is exhibited only with your custom skin, then copy-paste the custom CSS here. If the problem is exhibited with all skins, then please send us a demo page, which we will run and investigate locally.

By the way, if you have edited only the sprite image of your Hay-based custom skin, you will continue to see some green things in the grid, because the Hay skin uses green colors for text and background-color styles. You should also see green background color in the header before the sprite image is loaded.

Kind regards,
Dimo
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