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Hi Christian, *

Chrisian Lohmaier wrote:
Hi Bernhard, *,

On Sat, Jan 29, 2011 at 11:55 AM, Dr. Bernhard Dippold
<> wrote:

I don't konw if this is browser specific, but our header look very high,
when I browse to our website (any page on 
with IE 8 here at work.

Can not reproduce with chromium or firefox webkit and opera - did it
work for you before?

I don't really know. I'm quite sure I looked at the LibO website some
time ago, but I can't remember if it was before the new theme.

But now I had a closer look:

At first: IE version is probably IE7 on Citrix.
Local versions have been updated to IE8, but if I download the wrongly
formatted page in the Citrix session as webarchive (.mht),  it reads 
"saved with Internet Explorer 7"

The local version (IE8) works fine, only in the Citrix version doesn't allow 
to put the text at the side of the image.

There is an error message at the bottom of the page:
     Zeile:   14
     Zeichen: 822
     Fehler:  Object doesn't support this property or method
     Code:    0

I'm not allowed to look at the source code, I can't open the help index to 
find out the version number of IE and if I save it locally, line breaks 
are added  - cant find line 14 with more than 822 characters.

Sorry - but this system might be very special...

Thanks for caring!


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