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#207 fixed Rich Text Editor broken in Firefox alex [email protected]

This isn't my bug, so I'm just pasting stuff out of the mailing list here...

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From: mike jones <[email protected]>
Date: Nov 19, 2005 6:27 PM
Subject: [Dojo-interest] Rich text text area
To: [email protected]

 I am trying to integreate the rich text area into my app and use the behaviour described to create the widget out of a text area eg
 <textarea dojoType="Editor" name="editorContent"
 some content
 However this doesnt seem to work in firefox :( and when I access the parameter in the application following the submit in internet explorer the value is empty.
 I have tried this with the nightly builds and checked out the latest from svn trunk but get the same results.
 I have attached the output from my app incase its of any help.
 Thanks for any help
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From: Alex Russell <[email protected]>
Date: Nov 20, 2005 7:17 AM
Subject: Re: [Dojo-interest] Rich text text area
To: [email protected]

On Sunday 20 November 2005 5:09 am, mike jones wrote:
> Hi
> I just downloaded
> and that doesnt work
> either. Which version did you download?

Now I'm terribly confused. I just downloaded this nightly, unzipped it
and loaded the Editor file from the demo directory and it worked. What
is broken for you?


Alex Russell
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From: Alex Russell <[email protected]>
Date: Nov 20, 2005 6:23 PM
Subject: Re: [Dojo-interest] Rich text text area
To: [email protected]

Turns out this is a nasty timing issue with Firefox. Mozilla's rich text
editing support is significantly less polished and/or stable than IE's,
so this is going to require some creative thinking to get it sorted
out. I'll post back if/when I have better news.

Sorry for the trouble = 


#208 fixed debugAtAllCosts: dojo.provides race conditions James Burke [email protected]

In browser_debug.js, dojo.hostenv.loadUri calls dojo.provide(), thus creating an empty package, but the package isn't filled in (with functions definitions, etc.) until much later in writeIncludes().

In particular this leads to a problem in event.js, which does a "if(dojo.eventbrowser?)". The code inside the "if" is executed because dojo.event.browser exists, but breaks because dojo.event.browser doesn't contain the expected functions.

Try loading test_fisheyewidget.html while moving your mouse over the screen (near where the icons are displayed) and then look in the javascript console to see the problem.

#209 fixed placekeeper: implement durable storage API for Dojo alex alex

(already complete)

implement a local durable cache API for Dojo.

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