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eli_s
1 Dec 2007, 5:04 AM
ext-base.js
winxp
FF 2.0.0.11

Possible bug here.
http://kwizer.homeip.net/error.jpg

http://kwizer.homeip.net/login.html

I have an accordion with two panels.
One panel has a two column layout.
Left column has a regular formpanel
right column has a formpanel with a htmleditor


Error only occurs in FF
When the accordion has 'animate:true' then data is lost when the accordion is collapsed and the body of the htmleditor contains the string 'false'.

When the accordion has 'animate:false' everything works as expected.

it's a shame 'cos I like candy for my eyes.

lagos.tout
8 Mar 2008, 3:21 PM
Had the exact same thing happen except that it was an HTMLEditor component within a collapsible FormPanel. When the FormPanel was collapsed and then reopened, 'false' appeared in the HTMLEditor text area and the text was uneditable.

LT

jack.slocum
10 Mar 2008, 9:38 AM
Please read the header to the HtmlEditor component in the docs. There are limitations to what you can do with an HtmlEditor. In particular, setting it to display none (like an accordion does) and other actions can trigger browser bugs.