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2012-02-16T15:42:23Z
This is release 1.9.6 RC 1, on DNN 5.6.7

The smilies show up in firefox, but in ie9, they just show as loading..... Not sure what this is!
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tha_watcha
2012-02-16T16:25:26Z
Originally Posted by: 67RSSS 

This is release 1.9.6 RC 1, on DNN 5.6.7

The smilies show up in firefox, but in ie9, they just show as loading..... Not sure what this is!



Its the same problem as the problem with the popups i get one java script error message in ie, always the same. But i currently dont know where it came frome, it looks like one script on your site could be interfering with the others.
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tha_watcha
2012-02-16T16:55:14Z
Update as a test can you temp. delete that file


..DesktopModules/YetAnotherForumDotNet/resources/js/jquery.syntaxhighligher.js it looks like the javscript debugger stops there.
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2012-02-16T17:52:50Z
I deleted that file, and smilies still are just a loading... with a spinning GIF. Thanks for the try though...
f0zzyNUE
2012-02-16T18:17:17Z
I reported a similar problem a while back ... I could reproduce the "loading ..." smileys problem every time I was online via tethering on my iPhone. smileys never showed up in the safari on iPhone - as long as I was connected via 3G. as soon as I switched to a WLAN network on my notebook or on the iPhone and after deleting the browser cache smileys appeared again.

switching back to tethering via iPhone - smileys were gone ...

now after upgrade to RC1 several people report that they don't see smileys in their office, but they appear in their homeoffice (using the same computer). resetting the browser cache does not help at all.

mabe that information can be of help.
tha_watcha
2012-02-17T00:20:07Z
Originally Posted by: 67RSSS 

I deleted that file, and smilies still are just a loading... with a spinning GIF. Thanks for the try though...



Lets see, it works for me now you need to restart IE in order to reset the Browser Cache. I see if i can fix the javascript problem. But the PopUp Error remains.
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2012-02-17T01:57:00Z
Hmm, smilies seem to work now.
tha_watcha
2012-02-17T14:15:07Z
Originally Posted by: f0zzyNUE 

I reported a similar problem a while back ... I could reproduce the "loading ..." smileys problem every time I was online via tethering on my iPhone. smileys never showed up in the safari on iPhone - as long as I was connected via 3G. as soon as I switched to a WLAN network on my notebook or on the iPhone and after deleting the browser cache smileys appeared again.

switching back to tethering via iPhone - smileys were gone ...

now after upgrade to RC1 several people report that they don't see smileys in their office, but they appear in their homeoffice (using the same computer). resetting the browser cache does not help at all.

mabe that information can be of help.



Please update the js file

http://yafnet.codeplex.c...set/changes/03f9bba011c0 

I guess because the file was to big it was not loaded in 3G Mode, but thats only a guess please report back.


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2012-02-17T22:07:55Z
Have several users with the same issue in 1.9.6,

Have updated the script, waiting for feedback from users.
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f0zzyNUE
2012-02-18T00:04:59Z
Originally Posted by: JP 

Have several users with the same issue in 1.9.6,

Have updated the script, waiting for feedback from users.



same for me ...
f0zzyNUE
2012-02-21T18:03:43Z
can't confirm it's working. now surfing with 3G again and no smileys and no accordeon for the admin-menu on the admin index page...

see attached screenshots.

i also opened the errornous javascript file ... it seems everything is cut after a "//" - looks like some kind of "intelligent proxy" cuts the javascript file after the double-slash - maybe because thinking only comments are following ...
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jquery.txt (76kb) downloaded 101 time(s).
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2012-02-21T18:09:20Z
The feedback I have got from 5 users affected is that it now works ok for them.
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f0zzyNUE
2012-02-21T18:09:30Z
BTW, now I exchanged the

.replace(bL,bW[1]+"//") with .replace(bL,bW[1]+"/"+"/") - and suddenly it works.

really looks like a bug in some kind of mobile proxy ...
tha_watcha
2012-02-22T00:44:47Z
Originally Posted by: f0zzyNUE 

BTW, now I exchanged the

.replace(bL,bW[1]+"//") with .replace(bL,bW[1]+"/"+"/") - and suddenly it works.

really looks like a bug in some kind of mobile proxy ...



In which file do you change that?

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f0zzyNUE
2012-02-22T20:23:28Z
Originally Posted by: tha_watcha 

Originally Posted by: f0zzyNUE 

BTW, now I exchanged the

.replace(bL,bW[1]+"//") with .replace(bL,bW[1]+"/"+"/") - and suddenly it works.

really looks like a bug in some kind of mobile proxy ...



In which file do you change that?



jquery.min.js (the file with the EOF from my screenshots)

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