[Hippo-cms7-user] HTML field invisible after deletion of compound type block in CMS

Leeuwis, Laurens laurens.leeuwis at capgemini.com
Mon Jun 25 13:50:19 CEST 2012


We were running into kind of the same issue two weeks ago. Still hasn't been solved here I'm afraid.

Kind regards,
Laurens

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Van: hippo-cms7-user-bounces at lists.onehippo.org [hippo-cms7-user-bounces at lists.onehippo.org] namens Robert de Vries [robert.de.vries at hinttech.com]
Verzonden: maandag 25 juni 2012 13:22
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Onderwerp: [Hippo-cms7-user] HTML field invisible after deletion of compound type block in CMS

Dear Hippo dev's,

I just started on a Hippo project and I have no clue.

I have an issue with the Xinha HTML editor in Hippo CMS 7.7.1.

I have a document type with a so called block (compound type containing o.a. a html field) of which multiple instances are allowed.

After the following sequence every HTML field I click in edit mode gets invisible. After logging out and in everything is as usual:

 *       Open a document of the above mentioned document type.
 *       Click Edit.
 *       Delete one block.
 *       Click in another text field.
 *       Close the document without saving.
 *       Reopen the document.
 *       Delete one block.
 *       Click in another text field.
 *       Close the document without saving.
 *       Open another document containing a HTML text field.
 *       Click Edit.
 *       Click in the HTML text field and the field will render invisible.

Has someone any idea how this can be solved?


Kind regards,

Robert de Vries






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