#97 IE 8 problem with jquery tabs

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2010-09-14
2010-09-08
Anonymous
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IE 8 problem with jquery tabs, some of the bottom line text disappeared in, sample file attached also screenshot attached for your reference, but the same working ine IE7 and FF.

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    Anonymous - 2010-09-13

    Any update?

     
  • Davide P. Cervone

    I am not able to reproduce the problem. The tabs render properly for me in IE8, in all modes.

    Can you verify that the file you attached exhibits the problem for you when you use it as a local file?

    Davide

     
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    Anonymous - 2010-09-14

    Hi Davide

    Yes attached file exhibits the problem when use it as a local file, now i've the same file with three various PCs but my system only rendering like that, also i've checked the IE settings all are same, any suggetions about this.

    Regards
    Bala

     
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    Anonymous - 2010-09-14

    Date: 2010-09-14 14:07:40 GMT
    Sender: Bala

    Hi Davide

    Yes attached file exhibits the problem when use it as a local file, now
    i've checked the same file with three various PCs but my system only rendering like
    that, also i've checked the IE settings all are same, any suggetions about
    this.

    Regards
    Bala

     
  • Anonymous - 2010-09-14

    Bala, I am not able to reproduce the issue because I'm on a Mac right now, but I'm guessing it has to do with your use of tables to wrap the math.

    An equation list isn't tabular data, so I would suggest using floated spans instead. I believe something like...
    <div class="equation">
    <math ...> ... </math>
    <span class="equation-number">(1)</span>
    </div>
    will work and requires much less markup.

    I hope that fixes it!

     
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    Anonymous - 2010-09-15

    Casey thanks for your reply, I've tried your suggestion but the output is same.

     
  • Davide P. Cervone

    Do you have the MathJax or STIX fonts installed on any of the machines you tested? Can you check that the font mode used by MathJax is the same on all three? (Use the contextual menu to get the "About MathJax" item, which will open a panel that lists the font mode.)

    Are the default settings in terms of fonts (which font and how big) the same for the three? Also, is the zoom level at 100% for all, or have you zoomed one of them?

    Finally, what version of Windows are you using (XP, Vista, 7)? And is it the same on all three?

    Davide

     
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    Anonymous - 2010-09-16

    All the three machines have the Mathjax and STIX fonts installed(already installed in the OS), two machines Windows XP correct output, one machine linux with virtual box Windows XP wrong output.

    font mode Tex Web Fonts, default settings, zoom level 100% all are same, I've tried with different zoom factor and zoom level also.

    I decided virutal box Windows XP only having such problem, So, i've installed the mathjax in one more Windows XP system but the output is wrong.

    Regards
    Bala

     
  • Davide P. Cervone

    I'm wondering if there is a system update to XP that fixes the problem and that the machines where it is working have done the system updates, but your virtual box and new machine haven't. Did you check for system updates on those machines? (I know that system updates have fixed other problems people have had, so perhaps that will help.)

    Davide

     
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    Anonymous - 2010-09-22

    I've attached two versions of rendered HTML for that particular equation, in which I found only some small size variations, please check the file, may be you can come to a conclusion for the problem with the HTML attached.

    Also , I've tried your suggestion but the output is same.

    Regards

     
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