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Firefox 4.0 and Oracle Apex 3.2 JQuery

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Although Firefox 4.0 has only been out for about two days but I noticed that with JQuery UI in Apex 3.2 my modal windows are appearing but only showing text and none of the css and borders/graphics. I am just wondering if anyone else has seen this? Everything works fine in Firefox 3.16 and below.
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I've seen a few mentions so far of different issues with Firefox 4 (although most of them were in beta). Is it feasible for you to deploy APEX 4 and test against it to see if you have the same issues? Alternatively, you can also try to debug this with Web Developer or Firebug
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Sadly my company has not deployed APEX 4.0 due to a reliance upon IE6 at the current moment. I will try to setup a test site with the same code on Oracle Apex's 4.0 site and see what happens. Thanks for the reply.
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