[fckglite] Re: Trouble with Chromium

  • From: Angelo Babudro <tech.support@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: fckglite@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 26 Jun 2011 21:41:46 -0300

Problem solved:  I compiled Chromium 12.0.742.91 and it does not have
the issue.  Thanks.

On 25/06/11 11:43 PM, Myron Turner wrote:
> On 6/25/2011 7:37 PM, Angelo Babudro wrote:
>> I just installed this plug-in today for the first time, and after using
>> it for a couple of hours I ran into a problem with the "Save" button not
>> working with Chromium browser (11.0.696.71 on Gentoo Linux).  All the
>> other buttons would respond when clicked, but not "Save".  It happened
>> on two different wikis where I installed the plug-in.
>> It seems to be related to the "your lock has expired" pop-up -- the Save
>> button works until that pop-up appears, and often I am typing something
>> when it pops up, steals the focus, and when I press the space bar or
>> Return key it goes away and then Save no longer works.
>> I found a work-around:  I used the Back-up and then open the page in
>> Firefox, which offered to let me pull up the draft, and then I could
>> save it.
>> The problem did not appear in Firefox v3.  I compiled and tested on
>> Firefox 5 just this evening and it also works properly there.
> These are usually Javascript issues.  However, I've tested Chrome in OS
> X (Leopard), Windows XP, and Ubuntu 10.04, and I haven't been able to
> reproduce the problem.  In all cases I am using the latest Chrome, which
> is 12.0.742.100.  That may be the difference; so if you have the time
> you might upgrade your Chrome and see if the problem persists.  I have
> found at least one other issue with Chrome--it will not create nested
> lists.
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