Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 849180
Firefox caret visibility and build problems
Last modified: 2013-02-13 08:00:25 EST
Hi, this is a follow-up to bug 811164. In that bug I had you set the opacity to 0. However, this apparently has a side-effect of making the caret invisible in firefox, so please set it back to 0.2.
Additionally, between the submission of the patch and the Fedora 16 RPM you seem to have lost a couple of quotation marks. The F16 RPM has line 204 of manage_area.js as:
var need_createRange = !("selectionStart in document.createElement("textarea));
when of course it needs to be:
var need_createRange = !("selectionStart" in document.createElement("textarea"));
Finally, it seems that when you built the RPM you did not run the edit_area_compressor.php script. You need to run the compressor script so that edit_area_full.js will be updated with changes that have been made.
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