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Weird CSS display bug in Chrome/Firefox for datepicker calendar

Thread began 6/21/2013 7:09 pm by YellowCircleWeb | Last modified 6/25/2013 4:14 pm by YellowCircleWeb | 863 views | 4 replies |

YellowCircleWeb

Weird CSS display bug in Chrome/Firefox for datepicker calendar

OK, this is a strange one.
I have added a datepicker to a form and the pop-up calendar displays correctly in Chrome, Firefox IE etc on my PC at work. However, when viewing it on my PC at home it doesn't work in Firefox or Chrome. I have tried this on more than one machine at home. I am using the same versions of the browsers both at home and at work. I've attached a screenshots showing the errors.

Any ideas???

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

AIt is imposible to troubleshoot visual problems without being able to see them in the browser.

please provide a link where i can see the issue occur.

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YellowCircleWeb

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I'm not able to reproduce.

I have tried on a few different systems in the office both mac and PC, none of them can reproduce the problem.

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YellowCircleWeb

It must be a caching issue on my network then. Thank you for the feedback. The client hasn't said anything about it not working and I know she's been testing things over the weekend. I'll leave it as is.

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