What happens when you add a shiny new browser to a stack of already-disagreeing citizens? You’ll inevitably find some bugs. This is the story of how we found a rendering quirk and how the Atlassian frontend team found and refined the fix.
The Atlassian User Interface (AUI) library has just finished an IE10 sprint to get our library prepped and ready for the newest member of the browser family. While IE10 seems generally quite good, we found a couple of problems due to IE10 dropping conditional comments; plus some undesirable behaviours.
The most curious of these was IE10 rendering white dots in the corner of AUI buttons:
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IE10 har som bekant Do Not Track (DNT) aktiverat by default, Yahoo älskar't, och ger såklart alla andra en anledning att ignorera DNT helt:
Therefore, although Yahoo! will continue to offer Ad Interest Manager and other tools, we will not recognize IE10’s default DNT signal on Yahoo! properties at this time.