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Am I correct?
Yeah. Are you with any issue? I think that we need to change it to work with Rails 3.2 too cc/ @carlosantoniodasilva
Not directly. I am playing with twitter bootstrap and for that to work, all form 'buttons' need to be buttons.
It has something to do with Firefox default line-height for input elements. (default value is: normal !important)
When using a input[type="submit"] next to a cancel link, both styled with bootstrap, you will see the difference (in Firefox).
BTW thank you for simple_form!
Thank you to report this. I'll work to do the f.button use the Rails 3.2 helper. Thanks
Yeah, I think I've already got into that, when using input[submit] and a reset button. I've changed the reset to be input[type=reset] at that time, which worked fine.
The issue is that Rails uses f.button to create a button, and f.submit a input type=submit. SimpleForm uses f.button to delegate to Rails' submit which will create a input type=submit. Not sure how to handle that yet, but we'll check. Thanks.
That is it. In much better words than mine :)
Most of the time no reset is used (actually never) but a cancel link styled as a button...
Allow using Rails button helper with f.button :button. Closes #449
Make sure to just alias button when it is available, to avoid errors
with Rails versions prior to 3.2.
Hey @rubylibre, please give it a try and let us know about any issue. Thanks.
Hi the code works like a charm, thanks!
( Seems that bootstraps button isn't that consistently styled. The button and link have different vertical alignment when styled as button. )