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Quick edit not working at all: Firefox + Windows 10

Started by Antechinus, September 04, 2021, 06:55:18 PM

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Antechinus


Mick.


Antechinus


Mick.

September 04, 2021, 07:32:53 PM #3 Last Edit: September 05, 2021, 06:41:32 AM by Steve Reason: Test
Quote from: Antechinus on September 04, 2021, 07:09:47 PMWhat are you using to access it here?
Firefox Developer latest version




Testing quick edit ~ Steve

Steve

Please do not PM me for support.

Aleksi "Lex" Kilpinen

Testpost.

Quick Edit with FF on Win10.
Modify with FF on Win10.
Quick Edit with Chrome on Win10.
Modify with Chrome on Win10.

Seems to work just fine for me.
Tested FF 91.0.2 and Chrome 92.0.4515.159 on Windows 10 Pro 21H1 Build 19043.1165
A Finnish Project Manager (Support Specialist)
 Happily running multiple SMF 2.x installations.
  Fooling around with i7-10700 @ 2,90GHz-4.80GHz / 16Gb / RTX-2070 Super / 3840x2160 / Win 10 x64


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Shambles

Have you got a javascript blocker/extension running?

Just tested it here, and Quick Edit doesn't react if my js blocker is active.

Antechinus


Antechinus

Nope. But opened the console in dev tools, and I'm getting this when I try to edit:
Uncaught ReferenceError: oQuickModify is not defined
    onclick https://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=578824.new#new:1

Antechinus

Ok, you lot. I haz done some more testing. :P

Quick reply is not working for me, at all, with FF 92.0, FF Dev Build 93.0 b4, Chrome 93.0.4577.82, or Edge Version 93.0.961.47. With all of these browsers I get the exact same error in the console and debugger:
Code (Console) Select
Uncaught ReferenceError: oQuickModify is not defined at HTMLLIElement.onclick (VM93 index.php:1323)
Code (Debugger) Select
oQuickModify.modifyMsg('4097895', '')Yes, this is for a message that is still within the editable time limit (just to stave off the obvious muppet question :D ).

The source code for that message just shows the basic markup, with no trace of anything related to quick edit functionality. I think this is going to have to be called an actual bug in 2.1 RC4.
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<div class="keyinfo">
<div id="subject_4097895" class="subject_title subject_hidden">
<a href="https://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?msg=4097895" rel="nofollow">Re: [Preview] Ice Cream theme [SMF 2.1 RC4]</a>
</div>
<h5>
<span class="messageicon" >
<img src="https://static.simplemachinesweb.com/smf/smsite/images/post/xx.png" alt="" id="msg_icon_4097895">
</span>
<a href="https://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?msg=4097895" rel="nofollow" title="Reply #9 - Re: [Preview] Ice Cream theme [SMF 2.1 RC4]" class="smalltext"><strong>Today</strong> at 02:19:38 AM</a>
<span class="page_number floatright">
#9
</span>
<span class="smalltext modified floatright" id="modified_4097895">
</span>
</h5>
<div id="msg_4097895_quick_mod"></div>
</div><!-- .keyinfo -->
<div class="post">
<div class="inner" data-msgid="4097895" id="msg_4097895">
I am deliberately playing for cool and icy. Summer here can be hell on Earth. Cool and icy is good sometimes. <img src="https://static.simplemachinesweb.com/smf/smileys/simple/wink.gif" alt=";&#41;" title="Wink" class="smiley"><br><br>Anyway it&#39;s still WIP. The basic idea is sound, and it will evolve into something usable.
</div>
</div><!-- .post -->

Aleksi "Lex" Kilpinen

I'm not at all doubting your report here, but confused about what differs in these cases then - It works for others, on the same browsers on the same os.
A Finnish Project Manager (Support Specialist)
 Happily running multiple SMF 2.x installations.
  Fooling around with i7-10700 @ 2,90GHz-4.80GHz / 16Gb / RTX-2070 Super / 3840x2160 / Win 10 x64


How you can help SMF

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lurkalot

Quote from: Antechinus on September 14, 2021, 01:13:10 PMI'm confused too. :D

I just tested it again here with the same version of Edge you are using. https://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=578955.0

Edit

Testing quick edit in Edge in Win 10

Antechinus

That doesn't help me. :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
Ok, can anyone think of any other way I can test it, to nail this down?

I have already tried disabling all extensions in FF, and it makes no difference.

Steve

Please do not PM me for support.

Antechinus

I doubt that will fix the problem. :D
Quote from: Antechinus on September 14, 2021, 12:42:08 PMQuick reply is not working for me, at all, with FF 92.0, FF Dev Build 93.0 b4, Chrome 93.0.4577.82, or Edge Version 93.0.961.47.

Antechinus

Just had a bright idea: tried testing quick edit on a standard member account on local RC4. Works perfectly. So, it's something specific to this site.

Yes, have tried clearing cache and cookies, doing hard refresh, restarting browser, all the usual. ;)

Aleksi "Lex" Kilpinen

Well that's actually a good hint - there are a few different yet somewhat similar issues on this site that I've randomly come across lately, so yeah - there might be something odd going on somewhere.

I was logged in, and checking a like only to learn that I'm banned.
You cannot see attachments on this board.

I was logged in, and tried to clear my alerts only to be presented a login form.
You cannot see attachments on this board.

To name a couple examples.
A Finnish Project Manager (Support Specialist)
 Happily running multiple SMF 2.x installations.
  Fooling around with i7-10700 @ 2,90GHz-4.80GHz / 16Gb / RTX-2070 Super / 3840x2160 / Win 10 x64


How you can help SMF

"Before you allow people access to your forum, especially in an administrative position, you must be aware that that person can seriously damage your forum. Therefore, you should only allow people that you trust, implicitly, to have such access." -Douglas

Antechinus


Aleksi "Lex" Kilpinen

I'd love to blame it all on Liroy, but since immediately after another attempt was fine and getting that notice didn't seem to leave any log entry - I'll file it under "random hiccups".
A Finnish Project Manager (Support Specialist)
 Happily running multiple SMF 2.x installations.
  Fooling around with i7-10700 @ 2,90GHz-4.80GHz / 16Gb / RTX-2070 Super / 3840x2160 / Win 10 x64


How you can help SMF

"Before you allow people access to your forum, especially in an administrative position, you must be aware that that person can seriously damage your forum. Therefore, you should only allow people that you trust, implicitly, to have such access." -Douglas

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