Alex Robinson wrote:
>> does not show the generated content, but the Conditional Comment for
>> Is this expected? Even if the X-UA-Compatible is set to "IE=7", the
>> conditional comment acts as if this is IE8?
> I noticed this when I added conditional comments to my XU-A tests
> but then read something (er, where I don't remember) that said that
> conditional comments were currently broken but would obviously be fixed
> before final release. Of course, I cannot find that page now :(
> Yes, it's incredibly bizarre that the beta has been shipped without
> proper support for the X-UA + CC combo, given how much Microsoft has
> stressed that those are the methods we should use.
The conditional behavior has to be corrected. Until then, reports of
broken pages that rely heavily on the correct CC interpretation are of
not much worth for MS.
Second: The emulate-IE7-button should overrule the X-UA "IE=8".
(Alternatively, a yellow sign should pop up: "Sorry, but the author of
this page decided otherwise. And while we're at it, the author thought
his px-fixed text is readable, so you cannot use the text enlarge
either. Try the page zoom instead. Sorry again.")
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