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Minor button weirdness #338

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TopherMan opened this issue Jan 5, 2014 · 5 comments

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commented Jan 5, 2014

First off, loving the new look on devel!

One issue though. Since I pulled all the new changes, the SD button no longer shows up. I can still click the space where it is supposed to be and it works fine, but the button itself is not visible.

Also, an issue I noticed yesterday: if I click the delete button next to a locally stored file, it is deleted (I no longer see it in .octoprint/uploads) but it isn't removed from the file list. To make it leave the file list I need to either reset octoprint or click "Refresh SD files" (even though it was not stored on the SD).

For reference: I'm using devel branch on Raspbian.

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commented Jan 5, 2014

Hm... you mean the one behind which "Refresh SD files" is hidden?

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If so, that is weird, because it's showing up perfectly fine here (as you can see above). I played around with the stylesheets today, so maybe I broke something just when you pulled, but if that's not the case I'm a bit at a loss... Do you happen to be familiar with Firebug and/or the Chrome Developer Tools? Ah, also: Which browser?

The file-list-not-refreshing-issue was just fixed.

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commented Jan 5, 2014

Yup, that's the image. I checked on Chromium and Firefox (running on Ubuntu), and it's not showing up. Unfotunately I'm not familiar with either. However, I was playing with using Rasbian Jessie, so I'll try switching back to my Wheezy SD card and see if that fixes it.

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commented Jan 6, 2014

Well, the image showed up properly today after pulling the latest changes and rebooting. That's the best kind of problem: the problem that solves itself.

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commented Jan 6, 2014

TBH, those types of problems scare me...

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commented Jan 6, 2014

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In retrospect, I recently switched Raspbian over to Jessie, and I was also playing around with setup.py to learn how it works, so between those two, it's fairly likely I messed something up.

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