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CSS and IE9

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by bogus, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. bogus

    bogus Guest

    I just installed the new update for Win 7 and had to realize that the "new" IE9 does not display CSS rounded corners which is a pain in the ***
  2. Lu Kas

    Lu Kas Active Member

    true ... but IE9 is still just an RC so lets wait

    is just installed ie9 rc and everything is rounded ... what is your version number?
  3. bogus

    bogus Guest


    before this version, everything was fine too. i made the Update about 20 mins ago.
    I am not using it at all but to check my side i have installed all browsers ;)
  4. Lu Kas

    Lu Kas Active Member

    i tested the same, and i can see round corners
  5. bogus

    bogus Guest

    hmm. Not here, dont know why..... weird. Anyway, i have restyled the News-Area again. This works, at least in opera and chrome.
  6. Jaxel

    Jaxel Well-Known Member

    IE9 also seems to have problems with negative margins.
  7. SilverCircle

    SilverCircle Well-Known Member

    Just an educated guess.. But you know there is a compatibility mode in IE9 and sometimes it switches to this mode automatically (for whatever reason, it seemed to be very buggy in the beta).

    Other than that, I'm pretty sure IE9 does support border-radius.
  8. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

  9. Shamil

    Shamil Well-Known Member

  10. Mark.B

    Mark.B Well-Known Member

    I've got all the vB4 rounded corners and drop shadows working in IE9.

    Of course, I had to add them myself, since vB4 only has the moz and webkit variants. And incidentally the next version of Chrome doesn't use the webkit variants, it uses the "proper" ones, so vB4's rounded corners and shadows won't work in that either.
  11. Miko

    Miko Well-Known Member

    No don't tell me that.... will have to do some testing later today. I have several negative margins in quite a few websites :p

    Edit: Working perfectly here with all websites that I have tested with negative margins!

    What problem did you experience?
  12. Shelley

    Shelley Well-Known Member

    I'll be using images instead of the border radius property so i'm sure mine will display in ie9 there displaying okay in ie8. I would have rather used the border-radius but ie has always been in pain whenever styling.

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