View Full Version : Supported browsers for Triton theme

28 Sep 2015, 5:47 AM
Hi all,
i've noticed a different behaviour between browsers in panel heading rendering.
I've tested in FF 13 and the panel heading does not have any background color, while the same code in chrome 45 and IE 10 shows the right color (#5FA2DD blue).

Is this a bug or the older browser it's just not supported? If so, there is a matrix where to know which browsers are supported for the various themes?

Thanks in advice, GXT 4 Rocks!

28 Sep 2015, 10:02 AM
We won't support Firefox 13. Why do you use such an old version?

We know about some of the issues with triton working with old browsers that we do support.

http://docs.sencha.com/gxt/4.x/getting_started/Versions.html - The supported versions are here.

29 Sep 2015, 12:01 AM
Thanks for your answer.
The supported browsers matrix you linked does not target a specific mininum version for firefox (and chrome).
I have used the standard blue theme with any issue in FF13, so it would be nice to know the minimum supported version for the different themes.

The reason i still use such an old browser it's because a customer of mine does (he install machines inside his productive environment from an os image bundled with FF13 with no autoupdate enabled - by the way from the productive env they can only see corporate network).

8 Oct 2015, 2:08 PM
GXT 4 and Triton theme will be supported from FF39 and Chrome 43. If there are bugs reported in older versions, we may elect to fix them on a case-by-case basis; however, the intent of evergreen browsers is that the end user should always have a recent version so it doesn't make sense for new a version of GXT to support very old versions of auto-updating browsers.

8 Oct 2015, 11:39 PM
Thanks for your answer,
that's ok, I just wanted to know exactly the supported version considering that the blue and gray themes do support older versions and there's no declared minimum version number in the docs for the triton and neptune themes (just says that support FF and Chrome).