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Need IE9 and FCKEditor fix

Posted on 2010-09-18
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Looking for a fix to use IE9 beta with FCKEditor.  IE7 and IE8 worked fine, but now IE9 is causing the tool items to appear on the far left side of the browser in a vertical column.
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Looks like they are already working on the issues with IE9, you can track the tickets and progress on them here http://groups.google.com/group/ckeditor-tickets
It has both CK and FCK issues.
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Didn't really fix my problem, but I can see that IE9 its baked in yet.
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