[SOLVED] The "Edit" button isn't working for me in Chromium.
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Like other people who have experienced this, I've found that clicking the Edit button again (when the AJAX loader is spinning) causes the Edit box to actually show up. So, in effect, with Chromium (or at least, that Chromium package), I have to double-click the Edit button to make it work.
I can already tell you that my new package has solved these issues with the vBulletin software:
- clicking the 'Edit' button works now.
- clicking the thumbnail for an attached picture shows the picture in a lightbox, instead of only displaying a dark grey area where the picture should have been.
Compiling the 32-bit version now, and then they will get uploaded to my repository (Slackware 14.1 & current).
PS: edited this post in the new Chromium just to prove that the 'Edit' button works now.
Last edited by Alien Bob; 02-04-2014 at 11:02 AM.
Reason: Prove that the Edit button works