Question13Replies802Views Pavel.Smirnov Member since 2014 1 post IT Business Solutions Posted: October 12, 2015Last activity: January 21, 2016 Closed Solved For default form-level errors display option the bottom error appears over a sectionThe harness has an option:Form-level errors: Default — In a standard error section at both the top and bottom of the user form. Once validation is triggered, a bottom standard error section appears over a section with business information. IE 11 browser is used. Please check-up the attached screenshotIs it a nominal behavior? User Interface ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 5 years agoSantoshChandran replied to Pavel.SmirnovPavel,This does not look normal behavior. The error section at the bottom should not overlap the section with business information. It seems to me that this is happening when you have vertically scrollable harness. Posted: 5 years agorawap PEGA replied to Pavel.SmirnovWhich PRPC version are you using ?Just wanted to confirm since you are using IE11. Posted: 5 years agoPavel.Smirnov IT Business Solutions replied to rawapThat's Pega 7.1.8 Posted: 5 years agorawap PEGA replied to Pavel.SmirnovThen it's definitely not a normal behavior. Can you check if Skin rule is overriden in you application and not messing up the styles.Else go ahead and log an SR Posted: 5 years agoMarissaRogers MOD replied to Pavel.SmirnovHi Pavel Smirnov,Were you able to log an SR? If so, please let us know the number and we can track for you.Thanks! Posted: 5 years agoGovardhanGangavaram replied to MarissaRogersCan you verify whether compatibility view settings are enabled. If so try to turn off compatibility view mode and try Posted: 5 years agoUpdated: 5 years agoPavel.Smirnov IT Business Solutions replied to MarissaRogersSR-A10775 is created. Thanks. Posted: 5 years agoGovardhanGangavaram replied to Pavel.SmirnovDid you check your Internet Explorer Compatibility View settings? Posted: 5 years agoPavel.Smirnov IT Business Solutions replied to GovardhanGangavaramIE Compatibility View mode is off Posted: 5 years agoGovardhanGangavaram replied to Pavel.SmirnovCan you verify the behavior by turning it on. Posted: 5 years agoPavel.Smirnov IT Business Solutions replied to GovardhanGangavaramYes, but that makes impossible work with the UI form. Posted: 5 years agoMarissaRogers MOD replied to Pavel.SmirnovThanks Pavel Smirnov! I've updated this thread with that information! Accepted Solution Posted: 4 years agoMarissaRogers MOD replied to MarissaRogersHi Pavel,Upon reviewing the corresponding SR, we see that it has been resolved. SA-16489 was created as a result of the investigation. Please reference that if you have the same question.