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Fixed Upload file button still clickable after upload

Discussion in 'Resource Manager Resolved Bugs' started by Jon W, Apr 23, 2013.

  1. Jon W

    Jon W Well-Known Member

    (Tested in Google Chrome and IE10)

    After uploading a file, the upload file button still appears to be clickable. It seems to lurk around behind the External Download URL label, making part of that label un-clickable.

    I've right-clicked it so you can see what I mean...
    attach.png

    I can fix this in Google Chrome by replacing:
    Code:
                showContainer = function()
                {
                    $container.css(
                    {
                        overflow: 'visible',
                        height: 'auto',
                        width: 'auto'
                    });
                },
                hideContainer = function()
                {
                    $container.css(
                    {
                        overflow: 'hidden',
                        height: '1px',
                        width: '1px'
                    });
                },
    with:
    Code:
                showContainer = function()
                {
                    $container.css(
                    {
                        visibility: 'visible',
                        height: 'auto',
                        width: 'auto'
                    });
                },
                hideContainer = function()
                {
                    $container.css(
                    {
                        visibility: 'hidden',
                        height: '1px',
                        width: '1px'
                    });
                },
    but this stops it working at all in IE.
     
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  2. Mike

    Mike XenForo Developer Staff Member

    Chrome seems to ignore the overflow: hidden, but it seems like it applies it with position: relative.
     
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  3. elcanajoel

    elcanajoel Member

    were did u edit
     
  4. elcanajoel

    elcanajoel Member

    sorry i mean to say which of the template did you edit
     
  5. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    If you want support, purchase a license and associate it with your forum account.
     
  6. elcanajoel

    elcanajoel Member

    i can see even xenforo is having same probs... i guess u cant upload a file larger than 200kb with opera mini.
     
  7. elcanajoel

    elcanajoel Member

    is there a way to enable upload file to hav a fresh page instead pop out in javascripts?
     
  8. Jeremy

    Jeremy XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    See:
    Then you can post in the appropriate support forum.
     

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