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- 03/01/2012 at 11:16 am #5059
Hi, I was wondering if there are any other work arounds found for this. My firm only uses Internet Explorer 7, but Only some users are getting this display error.
- 03/06/2012 at 4:11 am #6375
There isn't any other known workaround for this issue yet as this issue was not always reproduceable on our side. Have you tried playing with the Compatibility Mode settings in IE7 to see if there is a setting that resolves the issue? Another thing you can try is to change the Width & Height properties instead of using the default, or access the page from another browser such as Firefox.
Hope you find this somewhat helpful…
- 12/11/2012 at 4:24 am #6376
We are using Quest web parts for SP ver 5.4 and plan to upgrade to 5.7 soon. Most users are using IE 8. Have there been any new workarounds to this issue since your last post in 2010? Does this issue go away in ver 5.7?
- 12/12/2012 at 2:48 am #4030
Some of the users of QWP running on SP2010 may have been experiencing display issues of the qCalendarView web part in IE browsers, as seen in screenshot below.
We have received reports of this problem from users in their SP2010 environments where events when displayed in Month View Mode, appear squeezed to the left side. This issue was reported by users of IE8 browsers, and is found to depend on IE browser settings. We have not seen this issue on any Firefox browser.
Currently the known workaround we have found is to set browser setting to IE8 standard, and not use IE7 or IE8 Compatibility view modes. The issue appears to be have started when we moved from MOSS 2007 to SP2010. Upgrading our third-party Telerik controls may help resolve this in the long term.
- 12/12/2012 at 2:48 am #6377
This issue still arises from time to time, and we are keeping an eye on this, but it may not be completely addressed until we have upgraded our third-party (Telerik) controls.
The current known workaround is to NOT use IE compatibility mode but use the default "IE 8 Standard" for IE 8 users and you should not be seeing this issue then. You can find the browser mode setting in Developer Tools (F12) in IE.
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