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EditChapterPlugin installation problems
I am new to administering Foswiki and would like some help installing EditChapterPlugin
I am assessing the feasibility of our intranet site moving from TWiki to Foswiki.
I would like to give users the option to edit parts of pages. At the moment we
but this is not available for Foswiki hence my trying EditChapterPlugin
I have installed JQueryPlugin
but do not see any links on
when using IE6 ( still no links though ) but with Firefox and SeaMonkey
<h2><a name="Test_2"></a> <span class="ecpHeading"><a name="chapter_main_edittest_2"></a> Test 2 <a class="ecpEdit" href="http://myserver.com/foswiki2/bin/edit/Main/EditTest?nowysiwyg=on;cover=chapter;to=2;from=2;redirectto=http://myserver.com/foswiki2/bin/view/Main/EditTest%23chapter_main_edittest_2;t=1259665462" title="Edit this chapter"><img src="/foswiki2/pub/System/EditChapterPlugin/pencil.png" height="16" width="16" border="0" /></a></span> </h2>
Test </div><!-- /foswikiTopic--
Moreover, is there a list of supported browser which are known to work well with EditChapterplugin
Thanks in advance for any help on this.
Can you check with some browser other than IE6? What is the error you are getting in Firefox? I use EditChapterPlugin and it works fine for FF and IE 7/8.
- 01 Dec 2009
It works with IE 8. Which versions of FF have you tried?
Doesn't work with FF 3.0.15
Doesn't work with SeaMonkey
( Build identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:184.108.40.206) Gecko/20091017 SeaMonkey
There is a conflict with JSPopupPlugin
when using IE 8. The error is:
Webpage error details
User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; .NET CLR 1.1.4322)
Timestamp: Wed, 9 Dec 2009 11:37:39 UTC
Message: Object doesn't support this property or method
With FF 3.5 it works fine and no js error occurs.
'> Moreover, is there a list of supported browser which are known to work well with EditChapterplugin??
There doesn't seem to be. Let's start one. Please feel free to revise the information below.
- 23 Dec 2009
Browser that is known to work with:
Browser that have issues with it:
often causes issues with other plugins that use JS (such as the DpSyntaxHighlighterPlugin
, see Tasks.item2345
. I created a bug for this
- 23 Dec 2009
IMHO, IE6 isn't an option nowadays for modern webapps anymore. You simply can't expect it to deliver the same usability as newer browsers.
- 25 Aug 2011