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aphix

Effect.Move bug with css attribute left:50% on I.E

Reported by aphix | July 29th, 2008 @ 06:05 PM | in 1.8.3 bugfix release

Hi,

Here is my css source for one of my div :

position:absolute;

left:50%;

top:-798px;

padding-left:10px;

padding-top:10px;

margin-left:-490px;

width:970px;

height:798px;

z-index:50000;

When i call :

new Effect.Move(document.getElementById("myDiv"), { x: 0, y: 788, mode: 'relative' });

Everything is ok on Firefox 1,2,3, but in I.E7, the div is not positioned properly. It is horizontaly splitted. I guess the 50% value for the left attribute is wrong interpreted by the function "Move".

Somebody know how to solve this issue ? Is it a real bug ?

Best regards.

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