SAK-9066 (Fix IE CSS 'inherit' bug.)

Eli Cochran eli at media.berkeley.edu
Mon Apr 12 16:02:09 UTC 2010


What Joseph said. 

Including Gonzalo, in case he has an opinion.

- Eli 

On Apr 12, 2010, at 8:01 AM, Joseph Scheuhammer wrote:

> Alan (et al),
> 
> Regarding:
> - SAK-9066 [http://jira.sakaiproject.org/browse/SAK-9066]
> - SAK-9020 [http://jira.sakaiproject.org/browse/SAK-9020]
> 
> The general feeling here is that PreferAble and StyleAble are old solutions, and not really worth pursuing.  Fluid is developing a UIOptions component that is recommended instead.  It uses a different technique for styling changes such that SAK-9066 likely won't be an issue.  I'm not sure what the issues would be in terms of removing PreferAble and StyleAble from Sakai, and replacing them with UIOptions, but it is one option.
> 
> (note: cc'ing the fluid-work list)
> 
> Alan Berg wrote:
>> Hi Joseph,
>> 
>> Just double checking the value of the issue. Eli in your opinion is
>> SAK-9066 (Fix IE CSS 'inherit' bug.) worth pursuing?
>> 
>> Alan
>> 
>> On Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 4:17 PM, Joseph Scheuhammer<clown at utoronto.ca>  wrote:
>>   
>>> >  Hi Alan,
>>> >
>>> >  Wow, that's a blast from the past.
>>> >
>>> >  Short answer:  no.  I haven't been involved in any Sakai development for
>>> >  about two years.
>>> >
>>> >  Longer answer:  If I were to continue on this, I'd have to "reboot" the
>>> >  issue (what was this about, again?).  Does Sakai still support IE6/7?  Since
>>> >  the bug was filed, IE8 has been released -- does it have the same bug?
>>> >  Also, there is a group here that might be more appropriate for this work --
>>> >  the Fluid group.  I'll discuss with them and see how to proceed.
>>> >
>>> >  I'll get back to you.
>>> >
>>> >  --
>>> >  ;;;;joseph
>>> >
>>> >  'Clown control to Mao Tse Tung.'
>>> >    - D. Bowie (misheard lyric) -
>>> >
>>> >
>>>     
> 
> -- 
> ;;;;joseph
> 
> 'Clown control to Mao Tse Tung.'
> - D. Bowie (misheard lyric) -
> 

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Eli Cochran
user interaction developer
ETS, UC Berkeley





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