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[RESOLVED] v6.1 - decToHex is not defined

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Received the following javascript error using the contextual CSS editor:

    52: decToHex is not defined
    …/themes/default/templates_cached/EN/javascript_themeing.js


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This one doesn't seem to make any sense, as decToHex is a function now defined in this file. I could understand if the old version of the file was running, but then the contextual CSS editor would not be there.


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I've had it occur a couple of times since then. It appear to occur if you shut down the contextual editor before changing pages in the main site.

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Interesting. Seems Firefox keeps a late-bound closure-variable to the now-closed child window as non-null, but loses the ability to access functions that were defined in it's scope. Or some confusing functional-programming nonsense like that  :lol:. I'll get this issue fixed, but please just ignore for now.


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Will igone for now. No need to rush a fix for this.

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Don't seem to be getting this error any more, so I will go ahead and mark this topic RESOLVED.

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