Drag drop admin doesn't work

Hi,

I just installed typo. I can remove items from the sidebar but dragging
stuff onto the right doesn’t work. The progress indicator keeps
spinning, but nothing happens and this error is thrown in javascript:

Sortable.options(oldParentNode) has no properties
// this function Sortable.options(oldParentNode).onChange(element);

This happens on osx firefox 2.0.4, camino and safari

Any ideas?

Jeroen

On 6/6/07, Jeroen H. [email protected] wrote:

Any ideas?

Jeroen

Which version of Typo did you install? Was it from a gem or Subversion?

I’ve seen issues where the sidebar drag will appear to work, but the
result won’t show up in the rendered blog page - this has usually been
due to some kind of error with the sidebar - either malformed HTML in
the static sidebar, incorrect auth or a bug in the sidebar’s code for
others.

I’ve not seen the javascript error though.

-Chris


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Chris P. wrote:

This happens on osx firefox 2.0.4, camino and safari
the static sidebar, incorrect auth or a bug in the sidebar’s code for
others.

I’ve not seen the javascript error though.

I installed the latest stable version locally from the gem. Made some
changes (added a theme) checked the whole thing into SVN and deployed to
a test server.

I dropped the database and did a rake db:migrate to make sure I started
from scratch again. That should have cleared out any malformed HTML that
may have been stored right? Maybe some HTML was saved on disk and is
still malformed. I’m getting the same error on my local installation now
too. It initially seems to work, but after dragging 2 or 3 items it’s
broken again. They whole drag n drop seems a bit buggy and unnecessarily
complex IMHO. It could just be something I did, just can’t work out what
that might be, it’s pretty much a fresh install.

Jeroen

On 6/6/07, Jeroen H. [email protected] wrote:

I’ve not seen the javascript error though.
broken again. They whole drag n drop seems a bit buggy and unnecessarily
complex IMHO. It could just be something I did, just can’t work out what
that might be, it’s pretty much a fresh install.

Jeroen

You might try running typo sweep-cache on the blog. That helped clear
up some bogons for me.

I’m still struggling with where my LiveJournal crossposter code should
go. Guessing I should just give up and leave it alone since it works
:slight_smile:

-Chris

Chris P. — Y!: feoh – AIM: chrisfeohpatti — E-Mail:
[email protected]
“The greatest dangers to liberty lurk in insidious encroachment by men
of
zeal,well-meaning but without understanding.”-- Justice Louis O.
Brandeis
(Olmstead vs. United States)

Guys, try switch environment. use production instead development.
for me it worked.

I have this problem too; I drag an item onto the sidebar, and it
works fine the first time, but then if I drag another item on, the
progress indicator just keeps spinning. The only way to get it to
work again (for me) is to refresh the page.
I had this problem in Typo 4.0.3, then it went away in 4.1, but now
it came back 4.1.1 (which is what I’m using now).

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