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Topic # 25207 14-Aug-2008 21:59
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I'm currently blocking JavaScript and using a normal text field right now to enter this.

All TinyMCE Javascript editors are not showing up as usual - this means that blog comments and topic posts and replies have this issue.

Hope Mauricio is on to this right now!




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Reply # 157064 14-Aug-2008 22:03
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Check your PC, Javascript support, and if using FF make sure you are not blocking Javascipt - because it's working for me as I type this.






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  Reply # 157065 14-Aug-2008 22:09
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I restarted FF a few times and it only works now. Weird stuff indeed.

There's something strangely and only rarely wrong at my side - sorry for the commotion! Embarassed




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  Reply # 157071 14-Aug-2008 22:42
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If it happens again do a forced page refresh (ctrl-f5), this will tell your browser to download the javascript and other page components again. I'd be very surprised if this doesn't fix it.




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RedJungle: If it happens again do a forced page refresh (ctrl-f5), this will tell your browser to download the javascript and other page components again. I'd be very surprised if this doesn't fix it.

Tried that - didn't work.

Which arouses more suspicion.




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