EduGeek.net Site Problems Thread, View first unread link in EduGeek Stuff; After the recent update clicking the 'view first unread' link randomly results in pop up box asking if I really ...
16th June 2011, 10:42 AM #1
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After the recent update clicking the 'view first unread' link randomly results in pop up box asking if I really want to leave the page and that changes will be lost.
It has happened with Chrome and IE8 and with multiple computers and different networks.
Kinda hard to replicate as there currently doesn't seem to be a pattern to when it happens.
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16th June 2011, 10:45 AM #2
Though I am sure you know what I mean, here is a piccy attached to illustrate.first_unread_popup.PNG
20th June 2011, 03:55 PM #3
I am really curious what the JS errors are in the bottom left box tbh. Can you post a screenie of that error?
20th June 2011, 05:10 PM #4
Oh sorry the JS error is an unrelated issue I was working on at the time, this isn't a feature of the problem.
Pics of same thing in both IE8 and Chrome 13
Am I the only person experiencing this? :S
20th June 2011, 06:07 PM #5
Cusious how the JS error on edugeek was because of something you were doing as they shouldnt be linked. IE9/Chrome dont inform you of errors and the reason I was asking was if a JS was blocked by filtering etc an error could be displayed causing things to be borked. Also that second pic is IE9
Originally Posted by sparkeh
21st June 2011, 04:32 PM #6
We are having an issue on some stations whereby any site that is visited generates JS errors. These appear to be related to when the embc filtering attempts to establish the user's filtering level, which is done by whether you are logged into the embc portal or not. The error is for 'login.embc.uk.com' and not the site you are trying to visit.
Originally Posted by ZeroHour
And yes, it is indeed IE9
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