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4 years ago
vulpine
ooowwwhhhh....no, no.. no.. Just standard XSL 1.0 translated in Javascript (XSLT) Using K-Meleon: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8.1.21) Gecko/20090331 K-Meleon/1.5.3 The problem (for me) is my code is so deeply nested it's a nightmare to debug on such an obscure issue with no visible errors. K-Meleon came into my build process at a late point as I'd already step
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4 years ago
vulpine
guenter, I didn't check the error console. But I have now. Error console doesn't work...???... oh. that's cause there's no errors.. ;-) One CSS -moz error, but that's just a standards based thing. Haven't checked FF2.0. I was only really checking XSLT support/errors as browsers using webkit don't support xsl:import and xsl:include and I wasn't sure what sort of animal K-Meleon was,
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4 years ago
vulpine
I've created a Javascript (ECMAScript) pop-up window with an XSLT processed form which includes a textarea element. When one clicks on/within the textarea in the form there is no indicator that the cursor is positioned within the textarea. All works fine and you can enter text and etc. The mouse pointer is displayed correctly and this is not a visual mouse pointer issuse. It's the position
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