[Seaside] Lightbox in Firefox (Lukas?)
Mortensen Sigrid E.
sigrid at selfhelpsoftware.com
Tue May 4 01:10:35 UTC 2010
FWIW, I commented out the line "style: 'display: none';" in SULightbox>>renderContentOn:, and now it works in FF.
> renderContentOn: html
> self renderOwnerOn: html.
> html div id: 'overlay'.
> html div
> id: 'lightbox';
> " style: 'display: none';"
> with: self delegate.
> self session addLoadScript: self lighter
I'm not really sure why that style was included. Lukas, can you shed any light (no pun intended) on the reasoning here?
P.S. Rats! It sorta-kinda works in Safari, too, except that now the overlay doesn't fill the whole window.
On Apr 30, 2010, at 12:01 PM, Mortensen Sigrid E. wrote:
> Anybody have any ideas why lightbox may be working for me in Safari but not in Firefox?
> I'm on a Mac with Seaside 2.8 and Scriptaculous-mb.239.
> When I press the button that brings up the lightbox in Safari, everything works as expected, but when I do the same in Firefox, the process bar moves like it's loading the page, but I see nothing.
> Putting a halt in where the button press is handled tells me nothing, because the #lightbox: call eventually raises a signal in a WARenderNotification and then it goes off into debugger la-la-land.
> Thanks in advance for any help,
> -- Sigrid._______________________________________________
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