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#3904 fixed 0.9: SplitContainer/ContentPane/TabContainer issue with Firefox and Safari bill Jared Jurkiewicz
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0.9: ContentPane/TabContainer? issue with Firefox and Safari

When nesting a tabContainer inside a content pane, which is contained by a split container, I get varying behavior based on browser.

IE 6: Works fine. TabContainer? renders can execute the buttons to flip open tab, can adjust tab container size with the splitcontainer stretcher.

Firefox 2.0.0.5: Mostly works. TabContainer? renders can execute the buttons to flip open tab. However, adjusting the size via the splitcontainer separator causes the tab container to vanish. Invoking selectChild (via the buttons), cause it to reappear.

Safari: TabContainer? doesn't render at all in the splitcontainer contained view.

I have a testcase for this and will attach shortly.

#3959 duplicate 0.9: TabConater with ContentPanes that use href appear broken. bill Jared Jurkiewicz
Description

0.9: TabContainer? with ContentPane? that use href appear broken. As of the latest extract, if there is a tab container made up of content panes, and the underlying content panes use hrefs, then it appears that only the first visible tab actually loads the data from the href. Selecting the other tabs does not trigger the load to occur and as a result all other tabs are blank.

I have a testcase that demonstrates it and will be attached shortly.

#3792 fixed 0.9: Tweak to the type map/custom serialization.deserialization code in ItemFile*Store Jared Jurkiewicz Jared Jurkiewicz
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0.9: Tweak to the type map/custom serialization.deserialization code in ItemFile?*Store

This is a minor update to allow for simple type mapping as well as general case type mapping. So for simple objects that can be created by passing _value to the constructor and serialized via .toString(), typemaps are just:

var typeMap = { type: constructor, ... };

For complex mapping that require special processing on the input or output formats, then you can use a general case mapping of:

var typeMap = {

type: {

type: constructor, deserialize: function(value), seralize: function(object),

}, ...

}

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