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[FIXED-105] HtmlEditor is gone in firefox after minimizing a window
Ext version tested:
Browser versions tested against:
- FF3.0.13 (with and without firebug 1.4.2)
- FF3.5.2 (with and without firebug 1.4.2)
I have a htmleditor inside a window. When I minimize this window and restore it the content of the htmleditor dissapears and I can't edit anymore.
This happens in FF3.0.13 and 3.5.2 but NOT in IE8.
The problem does NOT occur in Ext 2.2.1
You're not completely clear:
Are you talking about minimizing the browser window or minimizing an Ext.Window in the desktop example?
(I'll assume the first one)
Firefox sometimes looses the cursor of an input field in absolutely positioned container after an application switch (this is a really old bug that is still not fixed).
To get the cursor back you have to do another application switch (Alt-Tab, Alt-Tab).
Yes, collapsing a Window kills the html editor:
Yes, your example is collapsing the body with display:none, which will kill the IFRAME.
Right, so if the OP is talking about the Ext Desktop (He doesn't say) which hides a window on click of the minimize tool, then hideMode: 'offsets' should fix his problem.
I'm talking about an Ext.Window with a formpanel with and editor in it. I don't use the Desktop.
I tried to put hideMode:'offsets' on the window but the problem still persists. The iframe is still there when I look with firebug but there is no html markup inside anymore. If I switch to source mode the source appears.
EDIT: I'm talking about minimizing the Ext.Window.
@mschering, did you test this in 3.0.0 btw?
'cos this is the 3.x bug forum, and you posted a report for a 2.x bug.
How do you minimize an Ext.Window?
Do you mean "collapsing" as in my test case?
I mean collapsing indeed. Sorry for the confusing.
Thumbs up for the fast response times by the way!
I accidently posted this in the 3.x forum. I've tested this with 2.3 and 2.2.1 only. In 2.2.1 it works fine.
I think it's been noted before that the collapse effect uses CSS display: none
This breaks things.