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iBlog4 Pro IE9 RTM Feature Slider Title Text

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Well I figured I would start the morning off right. IE9 RTM which was released last night does not recognize and process the class=ftitle tag when using features in iBlog4 Pro. When put into compatability mode the browser does recognize the the tag and the title text shows, but incorrectly. Figured I would give you guys a heads up. Only bug I have noticed so far, but haven't gone too deep with IE 9.

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Thanks for the heads up. Rest assured that once IE9 is officially released compatibility testing and fixes will be addressed as needed. However, we can't shape the themes around beta and rtm releases, only the major stable browser releases because it honestly sound like something IE needs to fix on their end. Thanks, Bryan

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When I say RTM, that means it is officially released Bryan. RTM is Released to Manufacturing which is the official release milestone. It is not beta or RC (release candidate code). So yes, this is the "official stable" release for IE9. It hit the public release last night at 9PM PST. You should start seeing it on Windows update in the next week or so according to my contacts at MS. That is the ONLY reason I posted here and brought it up. Once it hits Windows Update and a you have a quick 34/40% market adoption, a lot of folks are going to be complaining about broken themes, which is why I wanted to give you a heads up. I would never expect you guys to maintain compliance with a beta product, lol. IE 9 Download - Official RTM Release

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Okay, no problem. Marking for developer review... Thanks, Bryan

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Thanks Bryan, much appreciated.

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Let bump that again and escalate. Thanks, Bryan

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bump

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I don't have the official word, but we'll be testing on IE9 shortly.

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Figured I would check on this again...starting to show increasing number of visitors using this browser.

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Hey Jack, the issue is with the cufon script. We've patched their upgrade, but you can also do it yourself... Just hit the download button on this page: http://cufon.shoqolate.com/generate/ and replace the cufon.js script inside of your theme. You'll notice that the latest update they released was to address this issue specifically.

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Sure enough Andrew, that was the issue! Thanks a million... I didn't even think about it being cufon.

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