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[RESOLVED] - 6.0.3 - 'Browse' button unselectable

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Cannot select the browse button to access files on own computer to add attachments.

This issue has only started with 6.0.3.

Was something included/removed to make it behave in this manner?



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Have you any Javascript templates overridden? We did make some changes, and it's best to never override these as they contain a lot of interdependent code.
We did make the changes discussed in my blog post.


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JAVASCRIPT.tpl was the culprit.

It was easy to find, since it was the only JS-related file that I've edited recently!

Thanks for the pointer.

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I experienced the exact same thing the other day after upgrading my test site, but only with Firefox. Clearing the browser cache fixed the problem. This is the reason I did not upgrade my classroom site immediately fearing having to spend lots of time explaining how to clear the browser cache to fearful students (first day in class).O_o

So far, I do not like FF4 at all. FF3 was so perfect except for getting slow. Don't know if I like Chrome either since it looks too much like FF and don't want to use IE in any flavors. This leaves me in a conundrum at the moment; need to adjust, but don’t like what I see on the browser scene.:(
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Conundrum indeed, Jean.

I am putting up with FF4 for now. Chrome has been croseed off my list. Opera, speedy as it is, tends to want to insist on rendering in its own idiosyncratic fashion!

I would actually use IE9 as my default except for the fact that it doesn't remember the 'last opened' sites like the other browsers do. And I prefer to click one button and have all my 'most visited' sites open immediately.

I guess M$ will catch up ——— eventually!

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