Yeah, that's an IE rendering issue. It should wrap so long as there isn't a
single block of text in a line without spaces in it. If there's just one, it
will cause an increase in the page width.
about that. We recognize that many companies absolutely need IE6 support, so
we're not blocking IE6, but IE6 really is generations behind and we strongly
encourage companies to upgrade to something newer.
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
Review Board - http://www.reviewboard.org
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On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 11:01 PM, Thilo-Alexander Ginkel <th...@ginkel.com>wrote:
> On Wednesday 02 December 2009 02:18:17 Kunjal wrote:
> > We are on verge of rolling out RB 1.0.5 to 300+ developers.
> > Some of our developers use IE and some of them use FireFox.
> > Does RB 1.0.5 work with both browser seamless?
> > During my testing I did not find the difference but I might have
> > missed something.
> There is one noticeable difference: For IE, lines do not wrap for diffs
> than your screen. Firefox wraps those lines. At least that's my
> observation. I
> do, however, run a couple of extensions, which may have an influence on
> behavior. I like the wrapped lines better, but that's just my personal
> > Pl. let me know if there is any preference of browser we should
> > enforce to our developers.
> You might want to ask your developers what they prefer instead of enforcing
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