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Trickle Images do not resize in IE10 (beta) and Firefox 18.0.1

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Nick, have you been able to fix this defect?

 

Defect repeatable at: http://www.mywebtest2.co.uk

Testsite fully patched and up to date.

No plugins activated, Only essencial Pagelines sections activated. One section on Page: Trickle by Nick Haskins.

Defect first noticed at version: 1.0.6

 

[attachment=521:Firefox - Resize Defect.jpg]

[attachment=522:IE - Resize Defect.jpg]

[attachment=523:Safafi - Resize Ok.jpg]

 

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Try adding this into your custom css area. I'm limited to what I can test with using Browserstack. 

 

.cycle-slide {width:100%;}

 

Lemme know if that fixes it. It should, unless it gets overridden by auto or something weird.

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Hi,

Not quite sure how to clear this one up. IE10 seems to be the only browser/version affected. Nothing with the image sizes has been touched since release. I removed a data-attribute from the script that forces a 1:1 ratio. It's the only thing I can think of that would cause this.

 

Now at 1.0.8

 

Nick

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Hi Nick, I've applied v1.0.8 and cleared caches- Firefox and IE (both impacted not just IE) are still not resizing. Safari is still displaying correctly.

As you know I am exercising all Slots each with the full 10 images with links (no captions) in Trickle. This has allowed me to uncover more defects than most people!

This defect first appeared in Slot A when the links were added to this slot only. After I identified this defect, and you fixed it I warned at the time that Slot A was not resizing.

As feared, this problem spread to the other slots with the fix to enable links on display for the other slots.

For me, this points to something that went wrong with the original introduction of the linking functionality, or the first linking patch.

We are now so close to a viable fully featured, exhaustively tested, production-ready version of Trickle, I can faintly hear a fat lady singing. :cigar:

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** User error - ignore this post **
Hi Nick, I've applied v1.0.8 and cleared caches- Firefox and IE (both impacted not just IE) are still not resizing. Safari is still displaying correctly.

As you know I am exercising all Slots each with the full 10 images with links in Trickle (no captions). This has allowed me to uncover more defects than most people!

This defect first appeared in Slot A when the links were added to this slot only. After I identified this defect, and you fixed it I warned at the time that Slot A was not resizing.

As feared, this problem spread to the other slots with the fix to enable links on display for the other slots.

For me, this points to something that went wrong with the original introduction of the linking functionality, or the first linking patch.

We are now so close to a viable fully featured, exhaustively tested, production-ready version of Trickle, I can faintly hear a fat lady singing. :cigar:

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There is nothing different with slot A. All of the slot are programmed identical to each other. You are the only person reporting this issue. I cannot replicate this issue, and my demo, including my local install, look fine in IE10.

 

http://screencast.com/t/s5ghiCOUiQK

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Bah! I see it now through IE10 on your site. Lemme look into this.

 

*Update*

Yeah this is gonna be a tough one. I can't replicate it on my site, but I do see it on your site, so yeah, something isn't right. I haven't found anything through research with issues in IE10 and the plugin thats running the show. I'm gonna try a few things so I'll keep you posted.

 

FWIW the page validates 100% which means the markup is pristine. :)

http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.mywebtest2.co.uk&charset=%28detect+automatically%29&doctype=Inline&group=0

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Done. Looks good. Displays correctly for IE10, Firefox and Safari.

Is this the permanent fix, or a diagnostic test?

 

(time for bed now - catch you later)

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Cool. I'll update this tomorrow. It's fine leaving that in until then. Thanks for your patience on this one. IE issues are always the most difficult.

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Please accept an answer if this topic is resolved.

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Hi Nick,

I know everybody is very busy with DMS right now, but I've just noticed that I've had to put this fix back into the custom CSS for Framework 2.0. The Store has only just come back online and it's saying I've got v1.0.8 loaded. Is this the correct version, or has this fix been lost somewhere? - It's IE10, of course - causing the issue as usual.

Thanks,

Neil.

 

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Current version is 1.1

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I'll raise this on the Framework 2.0 support forum.

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Ya sorry about that. We're at their mercy. 

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