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Possible Bug 3.2.0

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Comcode editing

 
I don't know if it just me or something in my settings, but I have checked my browser (Firefox).

On the 'edit page' screen, I no longer have the buttons to add blocks, html etc, no the link to enable/disable wysiwyg. Nor do the option buttons appear in my forums.

When I try to edit thru the 'zone editor' I get this:

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Unfortunately you do not have Javascript support enabled in your web browser, which means this advanced editor can not function. You are now being redirected to a a screen where you can use the more basic (but not limiting) zone management forms.

This action has completed. Go to your follow-up/prior location now.

  I haven't changed any Java setting since upgrading, it is completely activated in my browser options. Any ideas anyone?

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As a point of interest, I CAN see all those buttons here in these forums…


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This seems to be a 'spurious' error message that is cropping up after the release of 3.2.0.

One of my users has emailed me with something similar (not the same circumstance) that has occurred to her when trying to access 'Chat'. No changes made to her settings; refreshing doesn't do anything for her, either!

My user said

Javascript support is needed in your web browser to do this. If you are visiting this page by a direct link, try refreshing, as we need one page reload to detect if Javascript is present. If you have Javascript (or cookies) disabled in your web browser, you may wish to enable them to view this page; few pages on this site require them - and there are always alternatives - but interface usability is greatly enhanced when they are enabled. If you do not have Javascript in your browser because you have a disability, you should be able to still achieve what you need through other site features: if this is not the case, please contact the site staff.

I have advised her to clear her browser cache, but this is an irritation for a user, especially if they are careful about which cookies they need to keep, etc.

Take my advice. I'm not using it!

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 My cache is cleared (and cookies too for that matter) everytime I shut down Firefox, which is at the end of every session. Haven't tried thru IE yet, but will look now…

…and oh dear they show up.

I would hate to have to run this thru IE…

:(

 





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A recent change to the Javascript cookie handling may be causing this. Please try the attached new version of the themes/default/templates/JAVASCRIPT.tpl file:
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» Download: JAVASCRIPT.tpl (26 Kb, 184 downloads so far)

And clear your template cache.

Our apologies for this problem.


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Chris Graham said

… And clear your template cache.

 
Ummm, server or browser?? (:$)

(Or how??)

 





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In the Tools tab of the Admin Zone, there's a "Cleanup Tools" icon, and one of the cleanup tools is to empty the template cache.

Alternatively, if you are logged in, just hold down the ctrl+alt+shift keys together and click your browsers refresh button.


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Thanks!!

That works (I guess you knew it would…):P


 





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