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IE form/layer render bug?

Sent by Albert van der Veen on 12 September 2005 14:02

Hello Richard,

Strange - do you have a very high resolution and thus no scrollbar to the 
right? I have uploaded two screenshots to show you what happens:

before tabbing down:
and after:


At 02:15 PM 9/12/2005, you wrote:
>On 9/12/05, Albert van der Veen [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> > Hello list,
> >
> > Please have a look at this page:
> >
> >
> >
> > If you tab through the form on this page and get to the bottom of the form,
> > the form suddenly shifts up. In IE6 that is, Firefox is ok. Anyone know
> > what causes this?
> >
>It doesn't in my IE6 - nor any other browser.
>Unless you mean that if the focus is on the submit button (the last
>form field) and you press tab, the focus goes to the first link on the
>frame: Well that is because IE has the most increadibly brain-dead UI
>ever invented in that a single key navigates both form elements and
>links, which of course have nothing in common.
>Tabbing past the last field in a form should take you back to the
>first field in the form. (or to the next form if there are multiple
>forms on a page).
>Richard Grevers
>New Plymouth, New Zealand
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