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I'm using Visual Studio 2005 and I am having problems getting the styles of controls to look the same in Internet Explorer and Firefox. For example, Firefox puts more space between the items of a datalist than IE does.
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So what is the question? It is widly known that FF and IE handle CSS much differently.

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Yeah I know that. I just didn't know that row height was open to so much interpretation that one browser would show a row 3 pixels larger than the other. Thought it may be a problem other than CSS.
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