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Denise ([staff profile] denise) wrote in [site community profile] dw_beta2011-04-21 01:53 am
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JS Conversion Beta: Report issues here!

If you're participating in the JQuery conversion beta test, report any issues you find here!

Currently, here are the things that have been implemented (and not implemented):

Implemented

Cut expand and collapse
Logging in
Screen/freeze/delete
Control strip injection for non-supporting journals
Quick reply
Thread expander

Not implemented

Contextual hover
Media embed placeholder expansion
Same-page poll submission
Icon browser
Same-page comment tracking


(This means that if you try to do something on the "not implemented" list while you have the beta features turned on, you'll be routed to the non-Javascript/non-inline version. That isn't a bug and you don't have to report it, but you should report anything else that's weird or that doesn't behave the way it used to!)
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[personal profile] ciaan 2011-04-21 02:04 pm (UTC)(link)
I'm also having problems commenting, and it's not happening on LJ, only here. Windows XP Professional, Firefox 3.6.16. When I'm typing in the comment box I can't click into the subject line OR click back to another part of the comment. So if I make a typo, I have to erase back to there using the backspace key to fix it, can't just click there with mouse or use arrow keys. Also when I select a block of text the selection won't hold long enough for me to copy or anything.

Edit: Having now gone to edit this comment, the arrow keys and mouse are working fine. But they stop working when I go to post a new comment again.
Edited 2011-04-21 14:13 (UTC)
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[personal profile] fu 2011-04-22 03:20 pm (UTC)(link)
Thanks; we umm made an embarrassing mistake, but it should be all good now. (Basically everything where there were issues with clicking after you'd opened up a quick reply was part of the same thing).