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Christopher Blickley
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Christopher Blickley asked on 16 Oct 2007, 05:45 PM
Hello,

It seems that in IE7, the RadWindow that is opened is about 50px larger in height than in IE6 or Firefox.  Is there anyway around this?  Just navigating to the default sample on the Telerik website, the window is larger and even extends down past the background that it is supposed to be within. 

Any thoughts?

Thanks,
Chris

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Christopher Blickley
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answered on 16 Oct 2007, 05:51 PM
A bit more info, this may be related to a resizing issue.  I originally had "resize" disable, but when I turn it on and the try to resize the window, it immediately jumps back to it's intended normal size as soon as I start dragging.  The extra 50px or so is removed as soon as I start to drag.

This resize issue seems to be present in Firefox too (haven't tried IE6 yet).  Even thought the window is drawn at the correct size in Firefox, resizing causes it to jump in size as soon as dragging starts.  This is not as consistent in Firefox as it is in IE7, but I can replicate it pretty well on the Telerik demo site.

Seems like there are two related issues: in IE7 there is additional height on the window and in all at least IE7 and Firefox, there are resizing issues with the window changing size on drag.

Thanks,
Chris
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Georgi Tunev
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answered on 19 Oct 2007, 12:58 PM
Hi Chris,

We are familiar with this problem and we will do our best to improve it in the following updates.

Please accept our apologies for the temporary inconvenience.




Sincerely yours,
Georgi Tunev
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answered on 01 Dec 2007, 07:32 PM
Hi, I am having the same problem I think.  In my situation, the windows are smaller in IE than in Firefox, causing the scrollbars to appear around my content.  Has a fix been made for this yet?  If now, is there a CSS or javascript workaround?

Thanks,
Matt
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George
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answered on 05 Dec 2007, 04:06 PM
Hi Matthew,

Thank you for reporting this problem - I have tested it with IE6, IE7 and Firefox. The test results show that the problem appears only under IE7 - I have logged ti in our bug-tracking system and we will do all our best to fix it for the Q3 release which will appear in the middle of the month.

You points were updated.


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George
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answered on 06 Dec 2007, 01:54 AM
Matthew,
I edited the css to get around this, so this may, or may not help. (This one if from the Window.Web20.css file)

div.radwindow_Web20 .windowcontent
{
height
: 100%;
border-bottom: 0;
background: white;
overflow:hidden;
}

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answered on 06 Dec 2007, 02:11 AM
Hi Matt B:

I'm using the Office 2007 skin, but I can't find the css classes that you listed in the css file for that skin (or even the web20 skin).  I'm not using Prometheus.  Are these new classes that you added?

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Matt N.
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Matthew Bishop
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answered on 06 Dec 2007, 02:18 AM
Ahh sorry Matthew, I'm using Prometheus for that. But I'm sure somewhere in the Office 2007 css file you will find something simular, the only line you need is the overflow:hidden; one. I'll have a look through the office 2007 css file later when I have abit of time. Is it the .net1 or .net2 controls that you are using?

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answered on 06 Dec 2007, 01:47 PM
I'm using .NET 2.0.

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answered on 10 Dec 2007, 02:50 PM
Matt B-

I tried adding the overflow:hidden style to various classes that I thought would be equivalent in the non-prometheus version of the window control, but with no luck.  Were you able to take a look at that?

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Matt N.
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