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This morning a client contacted me with a strange problem. At first I couldn't reproduce it because I use Chrome but then I realized that it only affects Firefox and CKE fields.
If you type some text and then press SHIFT+ENTER to insert a <br> then wirte some text in the second line and then place the cursor at the start of the second line and hit backspace, the cursor jumps to the wrong position. The clients content editors are extremely frustrated by this because they have to search for the cursor
I can reproduce this behavior in almost all PW versions, even a clean install witout any CKE plugins.
This whole behavior seems somehow familiar, like I have heard it before, but I can't remenber...
Anyone knows a solution except using Chrome?
I'm experiencing a real weird caching issue with Safari (Desktop) and all mobile browsers where it is loading the old version of the site and refusing to reload the website.
I don't seem to have the problem with Chrome where a reload did correctly reload the latest version of the website.
Has anyone come across this issue before?
Things I have tried (and failed) :
1) I've replaced our .htaccess file with the standard one that comes with Processswire 2.8
2) Everything here
3) Deleted everything under /assets/pwpc folder.
4) Deleted all local wesbite data on laptop/mobile and reloaded.
Much appreciate if anyone can help me
Hello for all,
I have a small problem with my portfolio (Portfolio). When scrolling and sliding to the right, the content always jumps slightly. I could test it on chrome and safari. In Mozilla, however, the error does not occur. Maybe someone has a tip since I am still a beginner and does not know where the error comes.
PW version 2.7.1 dev template cache is disabled Chrome Canary is opened with disabled cache and in inkognito view mode When I make a change to a template file (say the basic home.php) I want to immediately see that change after refreshing the browser. Example:
This is the content of home.php:
<?php echo "bla"; I browse to the root page and see the "bla" output.
I change the code to
<?php echo "bla1"; and save the file. After that I immediately reload the page in the browser and I don’t see the change to "bla1". Only after multiple browser reloads (at times also more than 20 reloads) and "hard" reloads does the change appear.
What I tried to do:
set $config->dbCache, $config->sessionFingerprint and $config->sessionChallenge to false in config.php delete all sessions re-save the page in the ProcessWire backend and reload the browser page completely delete the browser history (cookies, cache, everything) after the first visit to the page Nothing helped.
Can someone replicate this behavior? What can I do to achieve the desired behavior? Thanks a lot in advance for any help.
By Yannick Albert
Over the last weeks, I had some critical thoughts about processwires ui/ux feeling (relative sizing, overflow-x, hover-states, word-wrap:break-word) but also its stability.
Last night I had the time to setup some new things. Good point for me to fiddle a bit around, with issues I've seen over the last months...
A lot of bugs, I've noticed earlier, are gone...
@allcontributors I ♥ you!
However, someone left over some bugs, for me ;-)
I just ended up with an ugly and unstructured markdown file. No issues or pull-requests via git. The biggest reason, most things are between "bug" and "enhancement" or are just too platform specific. I think, it's better to talk about those stumbling blocks first.
Ok, enough for now.
As I said, it's markdown, to see the compiled thing, take this: https://gist.github.com/yckart/62b7b2ed9d0e3845cc4b