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NatEditPlugin window placement bad on MacOSX ;( Hi there,
Attached is two screenshots of the NatEditPlugin
that does something "weird" on my Wiki. It's doing this in Safari, Camino and Firefox (3.0.11, and 3.5). And looking at this website, it appears to be working fine.
How can I debug/fix this problem??
Looks like it is trying to load the WYSIWYG editor as well as the Net Edit. Have you used the
preference? If so, I don't think the Nat Edit needs it. Also ensure your links have
appended to the URL.
- 08 Jul 2009
Error in jquery.natedit plugin here:
--- pub/System/NatEditPlugin/jquery.natedit.uncompressed.js (revision 4482)
+++ pub/System/NatEditPlugin/jquery.natedit.uncompressed.js (working copy)
@@ -238,7 +238,7 @@
- append('<span class="foswikiClear></span>');
+ append('<span class="foswikiClear"></span>');
So the float isn't cleared properly...as illustrated in the screenshot.
- 08 Jul 2009
Okay, this edit window also doesn't display right in FireFox
3.5 & Camino
BAck to this problem: I don't see jquery.natedit.uncompressed.js gets called/referenced in my apache server logs
How do I "force"/update after this change after I've made the above change?
"The manual"/hard way (couldn't see the gmake way easily, and I'm "out of time"
(Fixed as above, using vi's search)
gzip < pub/System/NatEditPlugin/jquery.natedit.js > pub/System/NatEditPlugin/jquery.natedit.js .gz
, are you still having this problem? It looks like the natedit toolbar isn't being hidden (or the TMCE editor isn't being hidden when it's supposed to be). This has
happened to me in the past, but it is very hard to reproduce. Hitting reload usually fixes the problem.
has been improved substantially since this problem was reported - would be good to know if HendrikVisage
is still experiencing this. NB. When upgrading plugins, such as NatEdit
, make sure to upgrade dependencies too - JQueryPlugin
- 09 Nov 2009