In the library, the documentation treeview overlaps the right hand div when you expand the items in FireFox. Seems fine in IE by default.
Can move the divider across to compensate this in FireFox.
Thanks for playing the "QA guy" on this, RJK I'll forward your request to the web development team for review.
As a side note please note that, in line with our OSIsoft | Microsoft Alliance, the website was developed with more emphasis on Microsoft IE7 - although some testing was done with other browsers. Hence the note "Website best viewed in Microsoft IE7" in the bottom-right corner.
vCampus doesn't display well in Google's Chrome etiher.
Thanks for the input Steve, It most certainly doesn't display well . I'll pass on the details to our web development team.
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I wish it did :)
Chrome's my favorite browser. I was rather hoping the FireFox fixes would be effective for Chrome viewers too. Sadly not, <sniff>
I understand your pain. I was using Firefox when it was still called phoenix (back in the day!) and would have the same compatibility aggravations as most people are experiencing with Chrome.
To be honest, even tho it is a great browser, it doesn't have the market share of firefox or IE. As Firefox grew in popularity, so do dsupport for it. As chrome becomes a larger player in the browser space, so too will support.
But, back to vCampus with Chrome. Our WebDev team are aware of the issues and have a bug report for the display issues. I cannot say when they will fix it, as they have a (growing) list of bugs and enhancements, but it will happen "eventually".
In the interrim, why not play about with http://www.chromeexperiments.com/ :)
Rhys @ RJK Solutionsthe documentation treeview overlaps the right hand div when you expand the items in FireFox
Just tested the vCampus Library in Firefox 3.0.9 and it works fine for me. Can you test it out?
Just checked, looks fine now.
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