Well the post editor widgets are not working 100%, but thats to be expected. Good enough to read and write posts, fancy formating options without BBCode requires JS again ;)
Maybe we can put in a User selectable option to disable the JS controls, if that would be wanted to have.
Do you volunteer on doing that? I bet Kael will take you up on the offer :)
Besides, from what i've learned in my WebDev time, you can do everything perfect, follow all coding practices and whatnot, and still, there will be one Browser (which really usually is IE6) that just fucks you, and forces you to add ugly hacks to fix stuff that should've been trivial in the first place.
Also, the "sliding flying popups" are just divs with a absolute position and a z-index, CSS standard since forever, even before IE6 was even deployed, see my previous comment ;)
I could probably just redo the skin with tables instead of divs and IE6 wouldn't have an issue with it, but didn't we all learn in webdev schools that tables are not for layout? :( But then again vBulletin uses tables too, so huh ..
Oh, and btw, i've already spent a significant amount of time fixing the skin for various glitches in various browsers, and i can asure you, it DOES take alot more to get it working perfectly in IE6. But as i said, you're welcome to help
Without looking at it, it sounds like a CSS problem. These things are usually trivial to fix for someone who knows the ins and outs of IE6.
There are people like that? I'm scared
I have to second Belazor though, i don't have any IE6 anymore, and frankly, all other web dev i do (i try to keep it to a minimum, too) is only required to work on IE7.
I know of one issue with the Notifications popup being half-behind the nav bar in IE7, that i couldn't really fix after a few hours of research and testing, so i gave up. (z-index + div elements = nightmare for IE7)
If you can give me hints on how to fix the IE6 issues, please do. Otherwise, i could just disable the JS-magic for IE6 and let them use the default interface.
Another issue: when viewing the page zoomed in, the "lightbox" image popups appear partially offscreen. Scrolling the page causes the popup to close. Regardless of where the thumbnail is on the screen when I click it, the popup appears too low on the screen. Suggestions: get rid of the scripted image popup, or use a script that is works with basic browser accessibility tools.
This doesnt happen for me in Firefox3 and some high zoom setting. The Lightbox is still in the center of the screen. Too-big images even get zoomed-out again to fit the screen, so you don't need to scroll (which would close the lightbox)