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CC5 js bugs

bmarkus 31 Mar, 2015
I'm struggling with a CC5 bug. I have a Joomla 2.5 system installed on CentOS 7 which works fine with CC5. Copy of the system running on a different system at another location (CentOS6 but sure it is not significant) browsing with WIN7/IE elements like icons for sorting direction, paging bar icons, help text in search and filter box are missing and IE reports syntax error in js scripts, nearly all (gmodal, gsliders, gtabs, etc)

Error report is claming missing element after , It is true, there is a , at the end of argument list followeb by a bracket.

At the moment I have no idea how to proceed.
bmarkus 31 Mar, 2015
This the referred code in the IE:

<script type="text/javascript">	jQuery(document).ready(function($){
$('[data-g-toggle="tab"]').closest('.nav').gtabs({
'pane_selector':'.tab-pane',
'tab_selector':'[data-g-toggle="tab"]',
});
GreyHead 31 Mar, 2015
Hi bmarkus,

Please post a link to the form so I can take a quick look.

Bob
bmarkus 31 Mar, 2015
Bob

do you mean a Joomla system? I will do that
bmarkus 02 Apr, 2015
Searching the net it turns out a well known issue with IE7/IE8 handling the surplus , at the end of arg list. I could eliminate IE errors editing different files provided by CC/CF. Maybe it would be worth to fix in next releases. Still there are elements not displayed, like column sort direction, description text in search/filter boxes, navigation bar arrows and page numbers. It looks a CSS issue, but maybe I'm wrong.

You can see it with a newer IE, like IE11. Press F12, set compatibility to 7 (default is Edge) and load a CC5 connection with these items and open the Console tab.

Anyone had a problem with it already?
bmarkus 03 Apr, 2015
Missing icons are created by http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/ which looks incompatible with IE8
Max_admin 03 Apr, 2015
Hi,

IE7 is not supported, so that's fine, and IE8 may have some issues with admin interface, then you can overcome this by using another browser for admin tasks only, it should have a better performance too.

Regards,
Max
Max
ChronoForms developer...
Did you try ChronoMyAdmin for managing your Joomla database tables ?
bmarkus 03 Apr, 2015
Unfortunately I'm bind to IE8 for some reasons. I will fix it.

Thank,

Béla
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