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[Solved] Post preview not working in Firefox

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Several members are reporting the post "preview" button is non-functional in both "quick reply" and "Full editor" while using Firefox (not sure if only Linux, or also Windows). Chrome is working correctly.

Anyone else seeing this problem?

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A client found this recently and I forgot to properly package the fix it into a hotfix. Bear with me...


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sholzy said

Several members are reporting the post "preview" button is non-functional in both "quick reply" and "Full editor" while using Firefox (not sure if only Linux, or also Windows). Chrome is working correctly.

Anyone else seeing this problem?
This issue has been filed on the tracker as issue #1645, with a fix.


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The hotfix isolates the fixed files for v9.

To see the changes made, it was buried within a fix roundup here https://github.com/chrisgraham/ocPortal/commit/10e563fb5b75fd1f35ab121309b055d0220af6ca
The changes to these 3 files:
  • themes/default/templates/JAVASCRIPT_VALIDATION.tpl
  • themes/default/templates/FORM_STANDARD_END.tpl
  • themes/default/templates/COMMENTS_POSTING_FORM.tpl


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Fixed!  :thumbs:

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