I have a web application that is used on iPad, PC, Mac, etc - so we test on a variety of browsers. Recently we added a layer that has a small calendar done in a table. We use the same CSS as the rest of the page, so it appears correct and works fine across IE, FF, Safari, Chrome - and on various machines.
One of our clients has an HP PC and the table is not rendering the correct width, border lines are clear and the text settings are dropped. This happens on ALL browsers on the machine. What settings can impact all browsers on the machine?
We have reset the computer theme to factory Windows 7 theme, tried FF with plugins disabled, etc - something is causing this to display in an odd way. The video card is an ATI card from HP.
I need to know what could cause this behavior on all browsers. The strange thing is that there is another table on the page that displays properly. I've validated the code. Because it's cross browser and only that machine I'm thinking there is some other setting that is causing it.