Ticket #544 (closed Bug: duplicate)
Firefox: fckeditor not enabled when created in display:none element
|Reported by:||staaky||Owned by:|
It's not possible to create an fckeditor in a display:none element and have it enabled in firefox/gecko.
You will have to manually enable the fckeditor when the display:none element turns visible. I do this at the moment by disabling the window.onload on the iframe(fckeditor.html), and rename it to a function I call when the display:none element turns visible. Dirty fix for now, like the other hacks and workarounds on the track, http://dev.fckeditor.net/ticket/321.
This should be fixed in fckeditor instead. With dynamic content in webpages these days a display:none tag on an element should not require you to throw in hacks and workarounds. All those people creating "AJAX/Web2.0/Dynamic" content really hit a wall with this bug.
- Status changed from new to closed
- Keywords display none disabled edit not enable enabled firefox gecko removed
- Resolution set to duplicate
- Status changed from closed to reopened
- Resolution duplicate deleted