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  • Slow count after delete_all of millions of records?
  • font icons, Ajax, and IE8

Our application is using Font-Awesome to display some of our icons. One of our modals that has its content loaded via Ajax is rendered in IE8 without any of these icons visible. Clicking any element that contains these icons will make them instantly appear.

Is there a known issue with IE8 not properly applying CSS :before rules to content fetched with Ajax? Or could it be a known issue with how it handles fonts? Any ideas?

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Comments
  1. Harold says:

    > Slow count after delete_all of millions of records?

    I’m assuming Postgres. When you do a bulk insert/update/delete, the planner statistics postgres planner uses make decisions about how to run queries get out of sync. This fixes itself the next time autovacuum runs, but you should run ANALYZE
    (or VACUUM ANALYZE) afterwards yourself to fix the problem.

  2. Chris Rink says:

    Hi Tyler, I have stumbled on this issue too and it is driving me crazy.

    “Our application is using Font-Awesome to display some of our icons. One of our modals that has its content loaded via Ajax is rendered in IE8 without any of these icons visible. Clicking any element that contains these icons will make them instantly appear.”

    Did you ever figure out a workaround? I’ve tried forcing toggling checking offset properties, setting visibility, hiding and showing. Nothing seems to work. Any ideas would be helpful.

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