IE ver 7 Site Display Issues

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IE ver 7 Site Display Issues

Postby hazmat » Tue Dec 18, 2007 15:32

I just upgraded to IE 7 which is very nice BTW (tabs finally !) and the only issue I have seen so far is that the buttons (Home / Forums / Gallery etc) do not display properly..they are bunched up to the right of the screen, Everything else seems to work as usual. Just an FYI...no biggie.

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Postby Benz145 » Tue Dec 18, 2007 20:44

I know it might not be the best answer, but it would probably be easiest just to use Firefox. When you install it will offer to import your IE settings, it also tends to be faster than IE. Have you given it a try?
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Postby hazmat » Tue Dec 18, 2007 20:52

benz145 wrote:I know it might not be the best answer, but it would probably be easiest just to use Firefox. When you install it will offer to import your IE settings, it also tends to be faster than IE. Have you given it a try?


It does not affect me at all really...I was just reporting it in case webmaster was interested. Otherwise...it's full UX steamin ahead !

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Postby Sull86 » Tue Dec 18, 2007 22:22

Never seen the issue you are talking about..

I always integrate IE7 into my CD but pretty much never use it, also integrate Firefox as default browser with the couple add ons I like...

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Postby hazmat » Tue Dec 18, 2007 23:13

Here is an example of what I see:
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Postby Yeggster » Mon Dec 31, 2007 19:56

Mine displays exactly like your screen shot on my desktop and the UX.

I am using IE 7 as well ... but I don't like the tabbed browsers ... I always 'alt tab' through my open browsers.

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Postby souljaboy112 » Thu Nov 05, 2009 15:14

two year's mega resurrect ftw :D
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