Sir Zeppelin wrote:It can't just be my computer, since Napoleon & Josh both have the problem.
sparhawk wrote:I can see it happen here aswell (IE 8.0.6001.18702) on Windows XP Professional
What I have just tried is make a message where I don't use the <enter> key inbetween sentences and let IE wrap the text in the input box, this seems to cause the problem here on my side. When I use <enter> after each sentence, then I seem to be able to generate a message that runs way out of the input box, without the strange scroll/jump behaviour. Maybe this helps in finding/solving the problem.
Napoleon wrote:Internet Explorer version 7.0, I think. One other thing, it only does it on Classic-Castle. My family types stuff on both computers all the time, but it only happens here.
JoshWedin wrote:Sir Zeppelin wrote:It can't just be my computer, since Napoleon & Josh both have the problem.
Just for the record, I said I am NOT having this problem. This thread is the first time I've ever been made aware of it.
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wobnam wrote:I'm one of those people who can't see something like this without knowing why. In other words: I'm on it.
Seems to be a bug in Internet Explorer 8 that causes this behavior when the textarea size is set by CSS. Forcing IE8 to emulate IE7 should take care of it - I see some other forums do this, and I don't have the problem there.
wobnam wrote:Be that as it may, a good website should always work as well as possible regardless of the users' browsers.
ottoatm wrote:Chrome is fast and has some nice features. I don't use it because I have heard that it tracks your activity more than any other browser - there are some serious privacy concerns with it.
Memsochet wrote:Not really. Some are very much IE heavy and will only work 100% of the time if ran from IE(not even the IE tab in Firefox will fix that).
ottoatm wrote:How is the problem now?
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