it appears I've discovered the cause of this problem, and I'm guessing it's a bug in IE's CSS parsing, unrelated to the actual EPC code. Instead of removing
the appropriate lines from the CSS file, I was instead commenting them out
using single-line commenting (prepending // on appropriate lines). This works absolutely fine in all browsers except
Windows IE 6.
Commenting out the lines using the regular /* */ commenting works fine (just like removing the lines entirely). Therefore, it appears that for whatever reason, the C++-style single-line // commenting is ignored or otherwise malfunctions on Windows IE 6.
Sorry to have gone into a panic.
Hopefully this helps someone else who might have a similar problem. Thanks for a wonderful product! (end EDIT)
Sorry to hijack the thread but I'm experiencing a similar problem, except it manifests only in Windows IE 6. Viewing the calendar with any Mozilla product (on all platforms) or Safari (Mac) shows the properly-wrapped text, but Windows IE 6 does NOT wrap the text. (I have not tried IE 7.)
The weird thing is, when viewing the OP's calendar (linked from this post
), wrapping works fine in IE 6. But on my calendar, it does not. I've followed the instructions in the KB article and removed the appropriate lines from the theme's esstyle.css file, which is why it works fine on Mozilla browsers... but IE doesn't seem to obey.
The demo page for my calendar is at: http://dev.obesitynomore.net/calendar_new/demo.php
Even the demo does not wrap properly, so it doesn't appear to be a coding problem on my end.
This bug occurs with EPC 6.3.17 and .24 (the demo linked above is the latest version). Note that this is the PHP 4.x version, in case that matters.
Any help would be greatly