Changes between Initial Version and Version 3 of Ticket #2312


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Jun 24, 2008, 1:35:27 PM (12 years ago)
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Frederico Caldeira Knabben
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    initial v3  
    11From http://bugs.horde.org/ticket/6958 :
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    3 {{{
    4 After playing around with this for about 2 hours, I have determined
    5 that this is a (critical) bug in fckeditor; more specifically,
    6 ReplaceTextarea().  I don't see what you are seeing, but instead I see
    7 the fckeditor load, then the window blinks for a second, and then it
    8 *looks* like it is completely loaded.  Just 2 problems: 1.) all text
    9 that was previous in the textarea is gone and 2.) clicking on
    10 heading/font, or clicking anywhere in the textarea, outputs JS
    11 warnings.  Strangely enough - if I put an alert() in the middle of the
    12 fckeditor code, the delay it takes for me to close the alert box
    13 appears to be enough to allow the loading process to proceed
    14 correctly.  I see the textarea text correctly populated into the
    15 fckeditor window and i get no javascript errors when I click on
    16 various stuff.  So my guess is that something is trying to be placed
    17 in a DOM element too quickly on IE6 before that element is ready.
    18 }}}
     3 After playing around with this for about 2 hours, I have determined that this is a (critical) bug in fckeditor; more specifically, ReplaceTextarea().  I don't see what you are seeing, but instead I see the fckeditor load, then the window blinks for a second, and then it *looks* like it is completely loaded.  Just 2 problems:
     4
     5 1.) all text that was previous in the textarea is gone and
     6
     7 2.) clicking on heading/font, or clicking anywhere in the textarea, outputs JS warnings.  Strangely enough - if I put an alert() in the middle of the fckeditor code, the delay it takes for me to close the alert box appears to be enough to allow the loading process to proceed correctly.  I see the textarea text correctly populated into the fckeditor window and i get no javascript errors when I click on various stuff.  So my guess is that something is trying to be placed in a DOM element too quickly on IE6 before that element is ready.
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    209The code in question works in all other browsers.  As stated above, the code works on IE 6 if I put in an alert() statement anywhere in the fckeditor code (I put in an "alert("HERE!");" statement right after the definition of FCKBrowserInfo.
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