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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):


Cut expand and collapse
Logging in
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 02:50 pm (UTC)(link)
And now that the cut-expander has been moved to the new JS... well, actually, it may do this in the old JS as well, I don't remember.... When I close it using the arrow at the bottom it leaves me looking at a point further down my reading page. It would be nice if I moved back up to still be looking at the entry I was reading.
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[personal profile] jmtorres 2011-04-22 10:23 am (UTC)(link)
Relatedly, I find when I click a link on my reading page and then come back to my reading page, any open cuts have closed and my position on the page is further down. I *think* it used to be that my reading page remembered what was open? Until refresh, I think.

(Also I am getting the "can't click earlier in the comment I am leaving to correct anything" problem reported by multiple here. I can arrow around in the comment, just not get anywhere with the mouse.)

I's on a Mac! Firefox 3.6.16, OSX 10.5.8
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[personal profile] fu 2011-04-22 03:22 pm (UTC)(link)
Hmmm, you know I don't know either. Passed on the info to the dev who's working on the cut expander though.

(Click issues fixed now)
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[personal profile] fu 2011-04-22 03:21 pm (UTC)(link)
Thanks, reported to the dev who's working on that bit!