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Old 25th November 2010, 01:23 AM
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IE9 renderings

Hi everyone,
I just got IE9 and I noticed that the Fedora Forum logo at the top of the screen is not rendered properly. I don't have this problem in any other browser so its probably just a bug. It'll probably be fixed when the stable comes out.

Just thought I'd let you know
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Old 25th November 2010, 01:44 AM
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Re: IE9 renderings

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Originally Posted by JamesNZ View Post
Hi everyone,
I just got IE9 and I noticed that the Fedora Forum logo at the top of the screen is not rendered properly. I don't have this problem in any other browser so its probably just a bug. It'll probably be fixed when the stable comes out.

Just thought I'd let you know
seems to render fine in my IE9
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