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Firefox and XSL wierd bug!!

Ro Dowd

Joined: Jul 10, 2006
Posts: 22
hi, my project uses XSL,java,technologies on websphere, i'm on winXP sp2 and using FireFox ...

i've an input textfield that (in IE and firefox) looks the same but on firefox the bottom part of certain letters, like "g" and "q" are cut off !!
anyone seen that before?, i dont want to put a hack in(if IE around the input box bit), i'm sure theres a better way..

<input TYPE="text" NAME="value_1" class="myFixedHeightOption"
id="value_1" size="20" maxlength="35" readonly="readonly"
style="background:#CCCCCC;" value="{$myValue}"/>

the .css bit for "myFixedHeightOption" is below:

font: 10px Verdana, Arial, Helvetica;
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