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    IE issue

    What can be done to fix this when using internet explorer 11.0? This happened after the last update. I know IE is not preferred but many users still only use that. The text is pushed over and the post-bit is not right

    thanks

    #2
    I investigated and checked your site on IE and found the issue.

    Try adding this custom CSS to fix it.

    Code:
    @media screen and (-ms-high-contrast:active),(-ms-high-contrast:none) {
        .l-desktop .conversation-list.thread-view .l-col__flex-3,
        .l-desktop .conversation-list.thread-view .l-row__fixed--left>.l-col__flex-3 {
            margin-left: 224px;
        }
    }

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      #3
      Glenn that seemed to fix it right up. Why did this happen after the last update? I think all was good before that

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        #4
        It was caused by an existing custom css in css_additional. Not sure if it was old or recently added.

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          #5
          So just go with this and not worry about it?

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          #6
          Glenn thank you very much for fixing this. I didn't know about it until someone brought it up. I bet plenty of others were just living with it. I think I should just buy you a Starbucks franchise and be done with it lol :)

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            #7
            LOL

            starbucks GIF

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              #8
              Glenn I saw that updated white space code posted and I think that is why my IE was doing this. I added the 224 px into your code and removed the above CSS in this thread. Seems all good now
              Sound feasible?

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                #9
                It seems that you added new CSS code that's overriding the left margin specified in the CSS code in this thread causing this old IE issue to go back. Try adding !important in the code here to prevent it from being overridden.

                Code:
                margin:left 224px !important;

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                  #10
                  I removed the code on this thread completely and added 224px to your white space code.

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                    #11
                    If that fixed the issue and doesn't cause another issue on other browsers, then it's good.

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