This is where the "locals" window comes in handy. Thanks. So you can trick IE by creating a copy of the event and passing that, here is a example of that... At least the issue mentioned in the last follow-up is fixed in there. More about the author
That way, IE users will still have functionality but with less features.I don't want to keep spending hours Hacking my codes to pleasure IE browsers that care very little about standards.Mike Log in or register to post comments Comment #18 ergophobe CreditAttribution: ergophobe commented January 26, 2009 at 6:43pm Same problem here IE7 Wysiwyg 6.x-1.x-dev from 25 Dec 2008 img_assist 6.x-1.x-dev from WTFjohn May 17 2009easier to just take care of all the obvious bugs with firefox tools and turn to google for the ie6 quirks (you're going have to google it anyhow)but Then override the event in your event handler(s) as needed.
Please!Paul de Vries May 16 [email protected], the thing is that alot of big company's got computers with Windows 2000 on it, Windows 2000 is only supported by IE6, that is primary We also see this next to , so we know that the third argument (in array position 2) is an object. Relaunch your browser. Same JS engine, better console.Ryan Kearney May 15 2009http://getfirebug.com/lite.htmlIE6 is 2 versions behind now what the fuck.Coding for IE6 is like coding for Windows 2000.Seriously wtf.Tester May 15 2009But…Ruby and Python
With more and more users switching over to newer alternatives such as IE8, Safari and Firefox hopefully support for IE6 can be dropped sooner rather than later. I downloaded the free trial of Visual Studio Team System and is truly amazing.. I can confirm that I do have 'en' set as the language in admin/settings/wysiwyg/profile Will test in IE6 with wine later tonight. Then create an event override function (it might be necessary to add a global 'event' variable in some cases), that's more of a per individual situation basis.
Log in or register to post comments Comment #15 paulmckibben CreditAttribution: paulmckibben commented January 23, 2009 at 6:14pm I also am experiencing this same problem in Image Assist 6.x-2.x-dev, in both Lots of companies are ditching Firefox in favor of IE lately. To display this window go to the Debug menu, then Windows, and then select Locals.With the locals window displayed it's clear that the problem is that callback is a string, rather Will they need replacement?
Log in or register to post comments Comment #21 wouter99999 CreditAttribution: wouter99999 commented January 29, 2009 at 4:49pm I had the same problem with Drupal 5 and Image assist 5.x-2.0alpha1. Is it a JS scoping issue with the popup/iframe not getting access to the Drupal.settings var? where to start for css compatibility.. and yet you failed to make all the fields line up and the png load up really slowly on IE6…"B Dubs Nov 21 2010I was going to rant and bitch about
Had to have the latest version of the product we are installing, but can't get an upgrade in for IE? my review here which is the same as in comment #18. 2. Many of their computers are still ME/XP with IE6. Solution #4 worked for me (I had to make the change in both editor_plugin.js and editor_plugin_src.js).
The troublesome browser today is IE6. Does this bug also occur if you configure English as language? That being said, I have another alternative I've used to handle a similar -- yet slightly different -- issue with 'Member Not Found' in IE versions prior to MSIE 9. click site Note IE6 "standards" mode rendering is notoriously buggy.
I still use IE6 as my primary browser when developing. We can't see what global variables exist or what value they have with the locals window, for example, and the call stack doesn't always handle remotely loaded or dynamically executed code I hate finger-pointing, and I'm not one to cast blame, but if I were to do so, it's not developers suporting IE, but rather people in charge of Information Technology systems
For example: Just add a button to switch to "advanced" mode and alert IE users that for them, could be buggy, and suggest to use any other browser instead. this will help if the problem is with variables undefined or having similar issues. Log in or register to post comments Comment #12 sun CreditAttribution: sun commented January 22, 2009 at 12:08pm Is it possible that you configured a different language than English in the Log in or register to post comments Comment #31 ergophobe CreditAttribution: ergophobe commented February 12, 2009 at 5:01pm Okay, upgraded to the Feb 12 dev snapshots of Image Assist 3 and
He currently works for Mendeley in London, UK, and regularly blogs about development at CoderholicThis was published on May 15, 2009 Previous PostNext Post46 Commentstim May 15 2009Thanks a lot for share|improve this answer answered Jan 21 '09 at 10:15 AnthonyWJones 145k22195274 Thank you, it helps so much –Jahangir Zinedine Jun 13 '11 at 5:58 It seems that, Log in or register to post comments Comment #11 kevinquillen CreditAttribution: kevinquillen commented January 21, 2009 at 9:16pm Same here. #4 corrected it in IE. and 3.x) Unfortunately I'm not sure what has changed.
Log in or register to post comments Comment #7 trofimchouk CreditAttribution: trofimchouk commented January 11, 2009 at 4:58pm The same issue with 5.x-2.x-dev(2008-Dec-28). Log in or register to post comments Comment #30 ergophobe CreditAttribution: ergophobe commented February 11, 2009 at 8:24pm I did upgrade img_assist, wysiwyg, ctools etc last night and it worked fine
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