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Author [OPEN]Flat skin images in IE8
bhilaire
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Default  20 February 2014 11:50
Hello,

Working in 1A, for a side "personnal" project, I wanted to use AT with the new flat skin.
It works fine in Chrome (I only have a small issue of label vertical alignment for a select widget) but no image are displayed in IE.

It applies for the select and icons (and I suspect all images).

IE

.png  flatskin-IE.png (Size: 21.45 KB / Downloads: 9)

Chrome

.png  flatskin-Chrome.png (Size: 23.66 KB / Downloads: 8)

Any idea why ?
(This post was last modified: 21 February 2014 17:24 by Olaf.)
bhilaire
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20 February 2014 14:05
(FYI it works well on all browser for the default (ugly) skin.
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24 February 2014 11:19
Which version of IE are you using?

http://jakub-g.github.io/
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Default  24 February 2014 14:34
(24 February 2014 11:19)jakub-g Wrote:  Which version of IE are you using?
I'm using IE8
If you want I can provide you an url (works only in 1A network)
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Default  24 February 2014 15:52
Hi, as explained inside this blog article the flat skin works only with modern browsers, like Chrome, Safari/Mac, Firefox and IE10+.

IE8 is not supported.
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24 February 2014 16:22
Ok it's true, I've overread this.

After some investigations, it seems linked to the use of Base64 images inside the background and/or the svg+xml format.

In any case, is it possible to have the same property for the "old but popular" browsers (let's say IE8/IE9) as a standard image ? (I tried to change live the atflatskin.js but it does not minify) ?
I believe this can be quite simple and very much appreciated (I do not want to get rid of IE8 users).
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