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Dropdown Extender has a visual artifact

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net


I am using the dropdown extender with several panels on a single page and when the page loads in anything other than IE 8 (in non-compatibility mode), the panel that I designate to be the dropdown shows on the page floating (and not near the panel being extended).  A behavior worth noting is that when I click through all of the dropdowns, the floating panel disappears until the next page refresh.

The version I am using is 3.5.40412.0.

I am interested in learning about the direct answer to this issue or learning some best techniques/practices for debugging issues with the Ajax Toolkit.

Thank you for reading!

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