Toolbar hover issue when loading by XmlHttpPanel

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  1. Wim van der Linden
    Wim van der Linden avatar
    37 posts
    Member since:
    Nov 2008

    Posted 13 Oct 2009 Link to this post

    Hi,

    My situation is a few usercontrols all containing a single radtoolbar.
    All controls are wrapped in a XmlHttpPanel.
    I used this property EnableClientScriptEvaluation="true" so it registers the javascript when reloaded.
    That works great.

    However when I hover over a different toolbar then the one I have updated,
    the hovered image gets placed next to the button.

    the source looks like this afterwards.
    <class=rtbWrap  href="#">  
    <SPAN class=rtbOut>  
        <SPAN class=rtbMid>  
            <SPAN class=rtbIn>  
                <IMG class=rtbIcon src="../../interface/images/icons/text.gif">  
            <SPAN class=rtbText></SPAN> 
            </SPAN> 
        </SPAN> 
    </SPAN> 
    <IMG class=rtbIcon src="../../interface/images/icons/text.gif">  
    </A> 
    instead of this (how it looks on load)
    <class=rtbWrap title="Click to maintain the products scripts" href="#">  
    <SPAN class=rtbOut>  
        <SPAN class=rtbMid>  
            <SPAN class=rtbIn>  
                <IMG class=rtbIcon alt="Click to maintain the products scripts" src="../../interface/images/icons/text.gif">  
            <SPAN class=rtbText>Scripts</SPAN> 
            </SPAN> 
        </SPAN> 
    </SPAN> 
    </A> 
    Notice the extra image within the link element.
    This only happens after loading a different control with the XmlHttpPanel.

    kind regards,
    Wim
  2. Peter
    Admin
    Peter avatar
    6637 posts

    Posted 16 Oct 2009 Link to this post

    Hi Wim,

    Can you please isolate the problem in a simple working demo and send it to us via a support ticket?


    Kind regards,
    Peter
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