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Author: Subject: IE 6 losts calendar after postback ver 4
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posted on 1/9/2009 at 04:32 PM Reply With Quote
IE 6 losts calendar after postback ver 4

I have been using new version of Tigra calendar and it's working fine, but something weird is happening with IE 6:

I have web application made with 1.1 and when I first load the page calendars work fine (except wrong today date ;)) since I have validators in page and for some reason page is not valid and you'll have to fix it before you can continue.
So a postback occurs and you'll return back to the same page.
This works fine with opera and FF3
IE 6 will run javascript constructor new tcal(...) correctly (I have planted few alerts here and there) but nothing is shown on the form afterwards.
To make it even trickier I found out that I been using it in 3 pages and with one of them it will work.

Is there anything you could suggest to fix this?
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posted on 5/1/2009 at 08:04 PM Reply With Quote
Possible Fix

I have the same problem. I am going to try the following:

function tcal (a_cfg, a_tpl, a_div) // add in a_div

and inside this function change the document.write to:

document.getElementById(a_div).innerHTML = ('<img...

and then move all of the javascript constructors into a function called by document.onLoad, and add some div's where I want the controls to go. I'll let you know how it goes...
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