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HTMLElementObject.click() not working. #10795

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linjunpop opened this Issue Sep 23, 2012 · 5 comments

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linjunpop commented Sep 23, 2012

linjun...@gmail.com commented:

Script stop execute after call .click()

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https://gist.github.com/3447051

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This issue was migrated on 2013-03-15 from the project's former issue tracker on Google Code, Issue #795.
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wyuenho Apr 4, 2014

Is anyone working on this?

wyuenho commented Apr 4, 2014

Is anyone working on this?

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wyuenho commented Jun 17, 2014

Pinging @ariya

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akre54 Jun 17, 2014

Jeez... two years and not a peep...

akre54 commented Jun 17, 2014

Jeez... two years and not a peep...

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Because this issue has been reported many times:
#11663
#11153
#12032
etc...
The same thing is in the mailing list: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/phantomjs/click

This issue will be fixed in PhantomJS 2.

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Vitallium commented Jun 17, 2014

Because this issue has been reported many times:
#11663
#11153
#12032
etc...
The same thing is in the mailing list: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/phantomjs/click

This issue will be fixed in PhantomJS 2.

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@akre54 With thousands of reported issues and an army of demanding users, a few PhantomJS contributors (doing everything in their spare time) would not be able to triage everything and provide a nice, sugar-coated message for every single request.

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ariya commented Aug 23, 2014

@akre54 With thousands of reported issues and an army of demanding users, a few PhantomJS contributors (doing everything in their spare time) would not be able to triage everything and provide a nice, sugar-coated message for every single request.

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