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    http://www.nakazdytemat.com/showthre...471#post122471

    RC 2
    In showthread.php
    You can see them by going to the link above and checking the error in the IE status bar.

    Ive tried to revert all the templates - Nothing.
    Re uploaded all JS files - Nothing.
    When i turn off my Quick Reply - No error but i want the quick reply.

    Im guessing the answer im going to get is upgrade to RC3

  • #2
    Also when i check the "Require Click for Quick Reply" to Yes it dosnet chance anything. People can reply without clicking the quick reply button.

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    • #3
      Upgrade to RC3, make sure you upload the clientscript folder in ASCII mode, make sure your forum path is set correctly in the ACP. Also do a hard refresh and clear your cache.

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      • #4
        No errors here btw
        Scott MacVicar

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        • #5
          So its proball their cache?

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          • #6
            Thats whats wierd. I cleared my cache a few times. 1/2 users report the error 1/2 say everything is fine. Who do i believe?
            Most users are one IE

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            • #7
              Its most likly their cache, have them clear their temporay internet files

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              • #8
                Nope not it. I Believe its just the browser version issues. And the sensitivity of editing templates. Cant the quick reply box be more like the VB2 one? ( The hack )

                People are reporting different errors - Some people even used Windows Washer to clear all internet data Yet errors return.

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                • #9
                  If their using IE 5.5 or 6.0 and your using all default templates there should be no reason this is happening

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by DavidKosiba
                    Thats whats wierd. I cleared my cache a few times. 1/2 users report the error 1/2 say everything is fine. Who do i believe?
                    Most users are one IE
                    If you clear the cache in your browser, those users will not notice a difference


                    You can upgrade to rc4 now.
                    Then build a new style based on parent: None
                    and force your users to use that.
                    After a few reloads, the new javascript will kick in.

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