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Hein says

I’ve tested it with ietester on VMWare.

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jigowatt says

Looks like you might be using the same script we used in our photon template… feel free to have a poke around in the CSS for any clues for the fix but I don’t remember having any IE6 problems with this one (shock!)

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mehrpadin says

Hi everyone,

I can’t say “hate”, but I think TF (and anyone else) has to forget the IE7 too.

:)

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Raspo says

Everything is fine on IE6 … exept for those “more info” and “next” button, they don’t look so good until you hover them!

EDIT now i get it! The first time i open that page, buttons look crappy and dropdown menu works great The second time, buttons are perfect dropdown menu is open ....maybe you’ve done something wrong with cache…

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ck101 says

Checked it in stand alone version of IE6 and yes, the drop down menu does display open when page opens and on refresh. Everything else seems ok except for few minor bugs:

The button has dropped down in the ‘Did you know?’ area on the left.

The text “Log in” in the cart area, top left, looks a bit jumbled.

On form submission, the small error icon is missing its png fix.

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Hein says

Yippee Ki Yay! IE6 . Found it, thanks guys for the help and suggestions.

The problem was inside the ie6.css, i’ve added a display:inline to lots of classes and the navigation was still in there as well, once removed the nav and sub classes from that list the problem was solved :D

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CreativeMilk says

LOL

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