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  • I'm not quite sure, but i think the new Firefox version (1.0.3) renders some of the buttons in the manager unusable- I can't save/delete/cancel documents for example. Has anyone else noticed this, or is it just some extension I installed that's messed things up?
    • something like this was posted at etomite too
        Tangent-Warrior smiley
      • It's to do with the coolweb buttons..... bah!
        • I loathe the WebFX buttons; they must be banished, and I think I might just have some pull in the matter! wink

          On another note, I just tested and they do click, but they do not display the hover/active states any longer. There are also issues with the tree code now, too.

          Working on fixes, for an imminent file release... smiley
            Ryan Thrash, MODX Co-Founder
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          • I loathe the WebFX buttons; they must be banished, and I think I might just have some pull in the matter! wink

            On another note, I just tested and they do click, but they do not display the hover/active states any longer. There are also issues with the tree code now, too.

            Working on fixes, for an imminent file release... smiley

            Actually, I am unable to click the Login button at all, and thus am effectively locked out of all management activity unless I crank up my rusty copy of IE (yuck). I recommend not upgrading to Firefox 1.0.3 at this time, if you wish to use existing Etomite or MODx manager interfaces from Firefox.
            • Well finally! Win one for the Mac browsers... :lol:
                Ryan Thrash, MODX Co-Founder
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              • Quick update for those that care. We've now completed two fixes for the WebFX buttons.

                1) For the original code itself.
                2) Replacing them completely with CSS-stylable HTML links throughout like:
                <a href="#" onlcick="do.some.action();" class="button" id="buttonSave">Save</a>

                I prefer the second option, as it gives me the flexibility to style them any way I want to including rollovers, active states, with graphics, without graphics, etc. It also gets rid of a lot of unneccesary code, IMO.

                What would you like to see?
                  Ryan Thrash, MODX Co-Founder
                  Follow me on Twitter at @rthrash or catch my occasional unofficial thoughts at thrash.me
                • If it makes the buttons work with Konqueror, then I vote for the second one smiley
                  • Get rid of as much nonsense as possible! As far as I'm concerned, javascript is like a visit to the dentist...you only do it as much as you really have to. If the job can be done without the "clever" and the "cute", by all means do so.
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