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suspended#1
Bug fixed, :)

Please close
#2
Bug not fixed.
Still a problem using W7 and I.E. 8 or Firefox.

Update, seems to work so long as you are NOT reporting the last comment.


Further update, it will actually work, provided the comment in the first place is over something like 10 lines to allow room for the comment box and the submit button.



Edited By: Jumpingphil on Mar 16, 2011 19:42: Further update
#3
If you use your [TAB] key you can advance to the [Submit] button (although you cannot see you have done this). You may then press your [Return] key to confirm the submission.

Don't go too far though as you may confirm the [Cancel] option instead. Probably a good idea to copy the text you have just typed into your clipboard first so you can paste it back again if you did click [Cancel].

Obviously not ideal, but a workaround of sorts for the time being.

BFN,

fp.
suspended#4
Jumpingphil
Bug not fixed.
Still a problem using W7 and I.E. 8 or Firefox.

Update, seems to work so long as you are NOT reporting the last comment.


Further update, it will actually work, provided the comment in the first place is over something like 10 lines to allow room for the comment box and the submit button.






fanpages
If you use your [TAB] key you can advance to the [Submit] button (although you cannot see you have done this). You may then press your [Return] key to confirm the submission.

Don't go too far though as you may confirm the [Cancel] option instead. Probably a good idea to copy the text you have just typed into your clipboard first so you can paste it back again if you did click [Cancel].

Obviously not ideal, but a workaround of sorts for the time being.

BFN,

fp.

Or maybe the best work around would be to write a random comment, or just type a letter and then delete it (as long as its not in fs/ft) and then it won't be the last comment so you can then report it. :D

Also jumpingphil, I think the reason I thought it was fixed is I must of tested it on the last comment in a thread, and thus thought it was fixed.
#5
jonny619447
Jumpingphil
Bug not fixed.
Still a problem using W7 and I.E. 8 or Firefox.

Update, seems to work so long as you are NOT reporting the last comment.


Further update, it will actually work, provided the comment in the first place is over something like 10 lines to allow room for the comment box and the submit button.





fanpages
If you use your [TAB] key you can advance to the [Submit] button (although you cannot see you have done this). You may then press your [Return] key to confirm the submission.

Don't go too far though as you may confirm the [Cancel] option instead. Probably a good idea to copy the text you have just typed into your clipboard first so you can paste it back again if you did click [Cancel].

Obviously not ideal, but a workaround of sorts for the time being.

BFN,

fp.

Or maybe the best work around would be to write a random comment, or just type a letter and then delete it (as long as its not in fs/ft) and then it won't be the last comment so you can then report it. :D

Also jumpingphil, I think the reason I thought it was fixed is I must of tested it on the last comment in a thread, and thus thought it was fixed.


You mean anything OTHER than the last comment in a thread surely.
suspended#6
Jumpingphil
jonny619447
Jumpingphil
Bug not fixed.
Still a problem using W7 and I.E. 8 or Firefox.

Update, seems to work so long as you are NOT reporting the last comment.


Further update, it will actually work, provided the comment in the first place is over something like 10 lines to allow room for the comment box and the submit button.






fanpages
If you use your [TAB] key you can advance to the [Submit] button (although you cannot see you have done this). You may then press your [Return] key to confirm the submission.

Don't go too far though as you may confirm the [Cancel] option instead. Probably a good idea to copy the text you have just typed into your clipboard first so you can paste it back again if you did click [Cancel].

Obviously not ideal, but a workaround of sorts for the time being.

BFN,

fp.


Or maybe the best work around would be to write a random comment, or just type a letter and then delete it (as long as its not in fs/ft) and then it won't be the last comment so you can then report it. :D

Also jumpingphil, I think the reason I thought it was fixed is I must of tested it on the last comment in a thread, and thus thought it was fixed.



You mean anything OTHER than the last comment in a thread surely.


oh yeah, lol. Must of done.
Surely though it should just be a simple code error and can be easily recified?
#7
This is still the same for me using Chrome.
#8
abacus
This is still the same for me using Chrome.


Probably because this thread has not been acknowledged &, I am presuming, no action has been taken to resolve the issue.

BFN,

fp.
suspended#9
fanpages
abacus
This is still the same for me using Chrome.


Probably because this thread has not been acknowledged &, I am presuming, no action has been taken to resolve the issue.


BFN,

fp.



Seems fixed now FP, correct me if I'm wrong

Edit: Nope, not fixed.


Edited By: jonny619447 on Mar 26, 2011 12:04
#10
We have put up a couple fixes for this, is the remaining problem that the box is getting cut off on the last comment in IE browsers if the comment is short?
#11
In Google Chrome when the box extends the submit box disappears.
suspended#12
abacus
In Google Chrome when the box extends the submit box disappears.


Same for firefox

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