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UIdev asked on 06 Nov 2008, 11:27 PM
I don't know if anyone else is experiencing this, but in case it's not just me I want to report some weird behavior in Firefox.  When I click "reply" or "new thread" and come to the posting screen, the title textbox and content editor are outlined in red.  I can type in the title, but I can't seem to edit or insert any text in the editor.  This seems to just happen in Firefox (though I only tested it in FF and IE 7, so I can't say for sure).  When I refresh the page, neither input area has a red outline around it and I can type as usual.  This is happening every time to me.  I haven't noticed this happening to me on other sites, and this wasn't an issue with the old Telerik site.  Anyway, if this is a legitimate bug, I hope you can fix it without too much trouble!

Thank you,

UIdev

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answered on 07 Nov 2008, 03:21 PM
Hello UIdev,

Thanks for the report.

However, we were not able to reproduce the issue using the latest version of Firefox (3.0.3) on Windows OS. Could you please tell what your configuration is? In addition, there might be some Firefox extension that's causing the issue on your side.

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Paul
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answered on 09 Nov 2008, 03:30 AM
So sorry... it looks like this issue went away without me doing anything.  I am just running a standard FF installation, and none of my extensions should be causing a problem like that.  But, for whatever reason, it's not happening now!  Sorry for bugging you guys with the issue :)
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