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kmorry19
Nintex Newbie

Issue with cross browser displays of a Nintex Form

Hi Everyone,

Has anyone come across and issue with forms not rendering the same cross browser?

Seems to be person or group fields and repeating sections..

Internet ExplorerGoogle Chrome

Person or group field

Person or group field

Repeating Section

Repeating Section

Super frustrating!

Any help would be amazing

Thanks,

Kimberley

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Automation Master
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Re: Issue with cross browser displays of a Nintex Form

Hello,

The pictures that you show from Chrome are what I would expect to see in IE as well (I usually use IE when it comes to SP/Nintex and that's how those controls generally appear).   What version of IE are you using?  Also, are those pictures of the exact same list item? 

Thanks

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kmorry19
Nintex Newbie

Re: Issue with cross browser displays of a Nintex Form

Hey,

Yeah it's strange I've never seen this before I have made A LOT of Nintex forms and never had this issue come up. the form was doing that so I reset it to the default thinking there was some css formatting i'd messed with but it keeps happening.

Yes those pictures are form the same list and i'm running IE Version 11

Thanks!

Kimberley

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Automation Master
Automation Master

Re: Issue with cross browser displays of a Nintex Form

Have you tried adding the site to Compatibility mode in IE? Its worth a shot since this is pretty strange.

Thanks

Mike

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kmorry19
Nintex Newbie

Re: Issue with cross browser displays of a Nintex Form

How do I do that?

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Automation Master
Automation Master

Re: Issue with cross browser displays of a Nintex Form

To change your Compatibility View settings

  1. Open Internet Explorer for the desktop, click Tools, and then click Compatibility View settings.
  2. In the Compatibility View Settings box, add the problematic website URL, and then click Add.Compatibility View is turned on for this single website, for this specific computer.
  3. Decide if you want your intranet sites displayed using Compatibility View, decide whether to use Microsoft compatibility lists, and then click Close.

Thanks

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Automation Master
Automation Master

Re: Issue with cross browser displays of a Nintex Form

Are you still having this issue?

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kmorry19
Nintex Newbie

Re: Issue with cross browser displays of a Nintex Form

Yes, but i forgot to include a vital piece of information that I think is causing this issue!

We are calling the edit form using html into an iframe!

Has anyone got experience with this?

ThanKS,

Kimberley

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