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CKEditor 'refreshing'?

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Not sure what's going on here, by CKEditor keeps refreshing and resetting the cursor to the beginning of the first line. As a try to select text or type anywhere, it just takes me to the top and my input goes there instead.

I'm using PW 2.8.35.

Any ideas?

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Any spell checker plugins active in the browser?

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i had that problem also, and could never figure out how to fix it or what was causing it;
from what i remember it was only happening in FF did you try chrome?

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2 hours ago, BitPoet said:

Any spell checker plugins active in the browser?

No plugins. Using a default Firefox install. And no third-party PW modules are installed either.

2 hours ago, Macrura said:

i had that problem also, and could never figure out how to fix it or what was causing it;
from what i remember it was only happening in FF did you try chrome?

So that must be the problem then. Chrome seems to be fine.

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7 hours ago, Mike Rockett said:

Not sure what's going on here, by CKEditor keeps refreshing and resetting the cursor to the beginning of the first line.

Is your CKEditor inputfield set to less than 100% width? Or in a fieldset that is less than 100% width? If so the culprit is probably the height spacer JS.

GitHub issue here, has never been completely fixed. Only solution for me is never set CKEditor field at less than 100% width.

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@Robin S - Thanks for the heads-up on that issue, wasn't aware of it. In my case, the layout is they way it is because of the clients wishes. That said, client uses Chrome, and has no problems. So I'll just switch over to Chrome (ungoogled-chromium, ahem) when working on this particular site.

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