23 Aug 2008 6:08 AM #1
[2.2] Example "Desktop" - Taskbar not showing in Firefox 3.0.1
It's all fine in IE7,Opera 9.51 and Safari
but the taskbar disappeared in Firefox 3.0.1
The downloaded example and the online example share the same issue...
When I add some alert('...') to Line 12 in Desktop.js to delay the js loading...
It acts as normal! What's a wired bug?
25 Aug 2008 8:06 AM #2
I've noticed the same problem but with different behaviour.
Within IE and FF the taskbar mostly appears, but not always.
F5 (taskbar shown)->F5 (taskbar shown)->F5 (taskbar not shown)
Firebug shows no errors.
25 Aug 2008 8:58 AM #3
Sometimes it's okay, when I clicked the link directly or paste the uri into address bar.
But after Reload, the bar won't show again...
25 Aug 2008 9:23 AM #4But after Reload, the bar won't show again...
It doesn't matter if i clean up the cache with Crtl+F5 or just reload with F5.
As written both in IE and FF.
Although the behaviour isn't the same i would suggest that the problem will be found at the same place, what will be strange cause of same browsers and ext version. I think the difference rub's on variating browser and system settings.
25 Aug 2008 9:58 AM #5
Additionally the problem occurs also with the standard example I've tried out few minutes ago, so it's not a problem of bad user code.
I found out some interesting things...
In case the taskbar not appears, the view changes to that if I click on a desktop link:
As you see only the start button and the menu is rendered.
Now when i close the window the hole taskbar is rendered, but the shortcut-slider cuts the menu in a half.
edit: sry, i meant if i resize browser window.
25 Aug 2008 11:27 AM #6
The Problem is the following: ExtJS seems to set some cookies which cause those Problems.
I solved the Problem by making a Synchronous Request onUnload destroying the session data, and then everything is fine.
Not the best solution maybe, but it is one.
25 Aug 2008 1:22 PM #7
Nonsense, I've checked this out first, cause MochaUI doe this for saving workspace.
ExtJS doesn't store any cookie.
[...] destroying the session data, [...]
26 Aug 2008 4:05 AM #8
I've checked before, no cookies used by extjs
I found another example of ExtJS Desktop called "qWikiDesktop"
It's all fine...but too complex for me...just want to find out how they fixed the bug...
26 Aug 2008 4:19 AM #9
What i wrote is NOT nonsense because it WORKS.
Try it out.
And it stores some cookies, atleast at mine.
27 Aug 2008 2:52 AM #10
not working for me
I checked with "Web Developer"...really no cookies set...