> Comment #29376
It's not the DPI resolution...
IE8 with 120 DPI (About 125% of normal DPI, using a version of the page without the extra space in #sxw):
It does stretch things, but the layout is still the same. There's not much one can do about the streching without affecting people with a regular DPI resolution and Windows does this to almost everything on the screen (it's very ugly).
I'm completely unable to reproduce the bugs until there's more information (screenshots are fine).
If the button displays below the input field, my only guess would be that the browser either doesn't have or ignores the correct width of one or more elements. If this is the case, I would think the problem is caused by either caching of a previous style or font settings.
posted by [Old Forum mrmagical] •
8 years and 3 months ago
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