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WYSIWYG and normal editor are not screen width in IE8

Status
Open
Subject
WYSIWYG and normal editor are not screen width in IE8
Feature
Browser Compatibility
Wiki (page view, edit, history, rename, etc)
WYSIWYG (What You See is What You Get)
Wiki Syntax (text area, parser, external wiki, etc)
Resolution status
New
Submitted by
tpinet
Lastmod by
tpinet
Rating
(0)
Description

This bug is seen by our IE 8 clients. We are running Tiki 6.2 (clean install), on a Windows 2003 Server, Apache 2.2.16 w SSL, PHP 5.3.3, remote MySQL 5 database.

When our users try to edit their pages either in WYSIWYG or normal mode, their editor text box is half the width that it should be. They need to use the dragger to make it wider. If we edit in Firefox then the editor is the correct width.

Since IE is our corp standard our users need to be able to add files using that browser. Also, this is the same problem we had in Tiki 5.x and we were hoping 6.x would have fixed it.

Thanks,
Tim

Importance
5
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Ticket ID
3829
Created
Monday 21 March, 2011 16:11:13 GMT-0000
LastModif
Monday 21 March, 2011 16:11:13 GMT-0000

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small_editor_textarea.png 21 Mar 11 16:12 GMT-0000108Small editor5.x, 6.x


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