Please try this:
- remove node_modules folder
- install packages using yarn (just yarn in console in the project folder)
- quasar dev and check if it’s still happening
WARNING - highly experimental and you’re pretty much on your own doing this
If you’re using the dev branch of QuasarFramework, keep in mind it is unstable and it can change any time.
The steps to compile are:
You can then use this self compiled one in your own application by replacing the content of the node_modules/quasar-framework/dist folder.
label-width should be 1<= val < 12. It’s not a width in pixels but a width in number of layout columns (12 based).
As it’s a label for something it makes no sense to fill the whole space (12)
Hi. It’s done and tested on IE and Edge (this time also on Edge ).
It’s merged in dev, but it’s not yet in quasar-edge.
If you want you can get a slightly modified build from https://github.com/pdanpdan/quasar
Yes, that’s correct. That’s what the compatibility layer for IE does. The only problem is that it only detects IE, not Edge. I have to find a hack that’s common for IE and Edge.
I’ll try to use this tomorrow: https://jeffclayton.wordpress.com/2015/04/07/css-hacks-for-windows-10-and-spartan-browser-preview/
Can you please give us more details? The template would be nice. Also IE version and OS. Confirm these steps: