Middle Mouse Button Not Working in Firefox #7118

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Issue: middle mouse click on a link in Firefox, nothing happens.
Expected behavior: middle mouse click on a link, open in new browser tab.
Live example: http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/

Tested on Win7/Firefox19 Safemode/Non-Safemode failed. IE9/Chrome25 ok.
Notice it when I upgrade to bootstrap v2.3.1.
Switch back to v2.3 and the middle button works again.

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Can anyone else confirm this?

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mdo commented Mar 2, 2013

Can anyone else confirm this?

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I can confirm this behavior in Win7 / FF 19.0 / Bootstrap 2.3.1 / jQuery 1.9.1.
Workaround: Right-click on link and choose "Open Link in new Tab".

Middle mouse button works OK in Chrome 24 and IE 9.

I downgraded to Bootstrap 2.3.0 and middle mouse button is working as expected again.

I can confirm this behavior in Win7 / FF 19.0 / Bootstrap 2.3.1 / jQuery 1.9.1.
Workaround: Right-click on link and choose "Open Link in new Tab".

Middle mouse button works OK in Chrome 24 and IE 9.

I downgraded to Bootstrap 2.3.0 and middle mouse button is working as expected again.

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I also confirm this in Win7 / Firefox 19.0 / Twitter Bootstrap 2.3.1 / jQuery 1.8.3

I also confirm this in Win7 / Firefox 19.0 / Twitter Bootstrap 2.3.1 / jQuery 1.8.3

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Confirmed on FF 19.0, Twitter Bootstrap 2.3.1.

I've pinpointed the issue to the Dropdown plugin. If you remove ".on('click.dropdown-menu', function (e) { e.stopPropagation() })" from the "APPLY TO STANDARD DROPDOWN ELEMENTS" section of the Dropdown plugin the middle click will work again. That fix doesn't seem to break dropdowns but I've only given it a quick glance so be careful.

Confirmed on FF 19.0, Twitter Bootstrap 2.3.1.

I've pinpointed the issue to the Dropdown plugin. If you remove ".on('click.dropdown-menu', function (e) { e.stopPropagation() })" from the "APPLY TO STANDARD DROPDOWN ELEMENTS" section of the Dropdown plugin the middle click will work again. That fix doesn't seem to break dropdowns but I've only given it a quick glance so be careful.

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Confirmed FF 19.0.1 Bootstrap 2.3.1

I can also confirm that if you remove the code that marcinszczepkowski mentions it works again.

clintre commented Mar 4, 2013

Confirmed FF 19.0.1 Bootstrap 2.3.1

I can also confirm that if you remove the code that marcinszczepkowski mentions it works again.

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Same problem if you are using CTRL + left mouse click on PC or CMD + left mouse click on Mac to open a link in new tab. FF 19.0, Bootstrap 2.3.1

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mediafreakch commented Mar 5, 2013

Same problem if you are using CTRL + left mouse click on PC or CMD + left mouse click on Mac to open a link in new tab. FF 19.0, Bootstrap 2.3.1

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confirmed on mac with FF 1.9

whiteout the bootstrap-dropdown.js load it's works great

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boulox commented Mar 5, 2013

confirmed on mac with FF 1.9

whiteout the bootstrap-dropdown.js load it's works great

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Confirmed on Ubuntu 12.04 with firefox 19.0 and bootstrap 2.3.1 : middle-click don't work, shift+click don't work, Ctrl+click don't work.

It works ok with bootstrap 2.3.0.

Confirmed on Ubuntu 12.04 with firefox 19.0 and bootstrap 2.3.1 : middle-click don't work, shift+click don't work, Ctrl+click don't work.

It works ok with bootstrap 2.3.0.

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Firefox 19 on Debian testing here. Same issue.

I can also confirm marcinszczepkowski's solution.

Boldewyn commented Mar 7, 2013

Firefox 19 on Debian testing here. Same issue.

I can also confirm marcinszczepkowski's solution.

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Confirmed this in Firefox, too. Seems like commit 40b7a90 introduced the error.

msiemens commented Mar 7, 2013

Confirmed this in Firefox, too. Seems like commit 40b7a90 introduced the error.

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Confirmed in Firefox 19.0 (Win7), glad to read this!, this issue drived me crazy... 👹

tyl3r commented Mar 8, 2013

Confirmed in Firefox 19.0 (Win7), glad to read this!, this issue drived me crazy... 👹

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It looks like there's gonna be a need for v2.3.2 since many things change from v3 and on.

It looks like there's gonna be a need for v2.3.2 since many things change from v3 and on.

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Confirmed FF 19.0.2 (OS X 10.8.2) Bootstrap 2.3.1.

Confirmed FF 19.0.2 (OS X 10.8.2) Bootstrap 2.3.1.

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Same error. Firefox 19.0.2, Windows 7 / Mac OS 10.6.8.

iCr commented Mar 13, 2013

Same error. Firefox 19.0.2, Windows 7 / Mac OS 10.6.8.

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I think we have more than sufficient confirmation that this is indeed a legit bug.

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cvrebert commented Mar 13, 2013

I think we have more than sufficient confirmation that this is indeed a legit bug.

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And there is a fix already for the issue. See pending pull request #7211

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mediafreakch commented Mar 13, 2013

And there is a fix already for the issue. See pending pull request #7211

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+1

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tried to apply pull request #7211 ; after that dropdown wont close if you click on menu item in it.

Axlns commented Mar 22, 2013

tried to apply pull request #7211 ; after that dropdown wont close if you click on menu item in it.

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Add a v2.3.2 #7365

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+1, Bootstrap v2.3.1 with Firefox 19.0.2 on Kubuntu 12.10

+1, Bootstrap v2.3.1 with Firefox 19.0.2 on Kubuntu 12.10

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+1 (2.3.1 with Firefox 19.0.2, OSX 10.8.3)

+1 (2.3.1 with Firefox 19.0.2, OSX 10.8.3)

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confirmed v2.3.1, Firefox 19.0.2 Windows XP SP2
pls merge fix ASAP

RealJTG commented Mar 27, 2013

confirmed v2.3.1, Firefox 19.0.2 Windows XP SP2
pls merge fix ASAP

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+1 (Bootstrap v2.3.1, with Firefox 18.0 on Win 7)

+1 (Bootstrap v2.3.1, with Firefox 18.0 on Win 7)

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Confirmed v2.3.1, Firefox 19.0.2, Ubuntu 12 64bit

Confirmed v2.3.1, Firefox 19.0.2, Ubuntu 12 64bit

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This doesn't need more confirmations guys. (Why did I subscribe to updates of this ticket?)

dequis commented Mar 28, 2013

This doesn't need more confirmations guys. (Why did I subscribe to updates of this ticket?)

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Combination CTRL + Left Click does not work in Firefox 19.0.2 in Xubuntu 12.10 + Bootstrap 2.3.1. Confirmed

Combination CTRL + Left Click does not work in Firefox 19.0.2 in Xubuntu 12.10 + Bootstrap 2.3.1. Confirmed

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Hello folks,

HO TO FIX:

find the following lines:

/* APPLY TO STANDARD DROPDOWN ELEMENTS
   * =================================== */

  $(document)
    .on('click.dropdown.data-api', clearMenus)
    .on('click.dropdown.data-api', '.dropdown form', function (e) { e.stopPropagation() })
    .on('click.dropdown-menu', function (e) { e.stopPropagation() })
    .on('click.dropdown.data-api'  , toggle, Dropdown.prototype.toggle)
    .on('keydown.dropdown.data-api', toggle + ', [role=menu]' , Dropdown.prototype.keydown)

}(window.jQuery);

and uncomment the

.on('click.dropdown-menu', function (e) { e.stopPropagation() })

so the code should look like:

/* APPLY TO STANDARD DROPDOWN ELEMENTS
   * =================================== */

  $(document)
    .on('click.dropdown.data-api', clearMenus)
    .on('click.dropdown.data-api', '.dropdown form', function (e) { e.stopPropagation() })
    /* .on('click.dropdown-menu', function (e) { e.stopPropagation() }) */
    .on('click.dropdown.data-api'  , toggle, Dropdown.prototype.toggle)
    .on('keydown.dropdown.data-api', toggle + ', [role=menu]' , Dropdown.prototype.keydown)

}(window.jQuery);

Thanks.

Hello folks,

HO TO FIX:

find the following lines:

/* APPLY TO STANDARD DROPDOWN ELEMENTS
   * =================================== */

  $(document)
    .on('click.dropdown.data-api', clearMenus)
    .on('click.dropdown.data-api', '.dropdown form', function (e) { e.stopPropagation() })
    .on('click.dropdown-menu', function (e) { e.stopPropagation() })
    .on('click.dropdown.data-api'  , toggle, Dropdown.prototype.toggle)
    .on('keydown.dropdown.data-api', toggle + ', [role=menu]' , Dropdown.prototype.keydown)

}(window.jQuery);

and uncomment the

.on('click.dropdown-menu', function (e) { e.stopPropagation() })

so the code should look like:

/* APPLY TO STANDARD DROPDOWN ELEMENTS
   * =================================== */

  $(document)
    .on('click.dropdown.data-api', clearMenus)
    .on('click.dropdown.data-api', '.dropdown form', function (e) { e.stopPropagation() })
    /* .on('click.dropdown-menu', function (e) { e.stopPropagation() }) */
    .on('click.dropdown.data-api'  , toggle, Dropdown.prototype.toggle)
    .on('keydown.dropdown.data-api', toggle + ', [role=menu]' , Dropdown.prototype.keydown)

}(window.jQuery);

Thanks.

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Hi, be aware that this "fix" also reintroduces issues in some use cases (dropdown containing forms will immediately close if you try to click in the text field, a click on the item providing a submenu will also close the drop down, ...).

cbonte commented Apr 3, 2013

Hi, be aware that this "fix" also reintroduces issues in some use cases (dropdown containing forms will immediately close if you try to click in the text field, a click on the item providing a submenu will also close the drop down, ...).

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Note that you can check which button on the mouse was used - see http://api.jquery.com/event.which/

jackplug commented Apr 4, 2013

Note that you can check which button on the mouse was used - see http://api.jquery.com/event.which/

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it's really annoying bug. Need to be fixed.

it's really annoying bug. Need to be fixed.

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+1 indeed a nasty bug that should be adressed, we rely heavily on CTRL/CMD clicking to open links in new windows.

+1 indeed a nasty bug that should be adressed, we rely heavily on CTRL/CMD clicking to open links in new windows.

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Ok, that's broken on regular browser: no dropdowns. And doesn't link anywhere on Nexus, but there doesn't appear to be any anchors. Not sure what you are doing wrong, but it was okay earlier.

auxbuss commented May 18, 2013

Ok, that's broken on regular browser: no dropdowns. And doesn't link anywhere on Nexus, but there doesn't appear to be any anchors. Not sure what you are doing wrong, but it was okay earlier.

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Hi Marc,

Please check drop down 3: there are links to yahoo and google

Earlier I posted wrong layout - without responsive collapse button. Sorry.

On Saturday, May 18, 2013, Marc Cooper wrote:

Ok, that's broken on regular browser: no dropdowns. And doesn't link
anywhere on Nexus, but there doesn't appear to be any anchors. Not sure
what you are doing wrong, but it was okay earlier.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/twitter/bootstrap/issues/7118#issuecomment-18107749
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Hi Marc,

Please check drop down 3: there are links to yahoo and google

Earlier I posted wrong layout - without responsive collapse button. Sorry.

On Saturday, May 18, 2013, Marc Cooper wrote:

Ok, that's broken on regular browser: no dropdowns. And doesn't link
anywhere on Nexus, but there doesn't appear to be any anchors. Not sure
what you are doing wrong, but it was okay earlier.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/twitter/bootstrap/issues/7118#issuecomment-18107749
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@bmironov Disregard my previous post, I was mistaken.

However, looking at your twitter_test.html, you're making a call to retrieve //code.jquery.com/jquery.js. Unfortunately, as your link is HTTPS, it is also trying to retrieve jquery.js via HTTPS. That site (for me, anyway) throws a certificate mismatch error, although the plain HTTP version works.

Because of that, bootstrap also errors out, hence your dropdowns do not work. If I access your site using HTTP, bootstrap loads successfully, and all dropdowns work on a desktop, although on my Galaxy Nexus, the links do not work.


I can echo the comment by @auxbuss. I have just upgraded to 2.3.2, and dropdowns continue to work normally on my mobile device.

@bmironov Disregard my previous post, I was mistaken.

However, looking at your twitter_test.html, you're making a call to retrieve //code.jquery.com/jquery.js. Unfortunately, as your link is HTTPS, it is also trying to retrieve jquery.js via HTTPS. That site (for me, anyway) throws a certificate mismatch error, although the plain HTTP version works.

Because of that, bootstrap also errors out, hence your dropdowns do not work. If I access your site using HTTP, bootstrap loads successfully, and all dropdowns work on a desktop, although on my Galaxy Nexus, the links do not work.


I can echo the comment by @auxbuss. I have just upgraded to 2.3.2, and dropdowns continue to work normally on my mobile device.

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Hi Julian,

Please try again, I fixed link to jQuery to retrieve it from google CDN

Thanks,
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@bmironov https://github.com/bmironov Disregard my previous post, I was
mistaken.

However, looking at your twitter_test.html, you're making a call to
retrieve //code.jquery.com/jquery.js. However, as your link is HTTPS, it
is also trying to retrieve jquery.js via HTTPS. That site (for me, anyway)
throws a certificate mismatch error, although the plain HTTP version works.

Because of that, bootstrap also errors out, hence your dropdowns do not
work.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/twitter/bootstrap/issues/7118#issuecomment-18108132
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Hi Julian,

Please try again, I fixed link to jQuery to retrieve it from google CDN

Thanks,
Boris

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@bmironov https://github.com/bmironov Disregard my previous post, I was
mistaken.

However, looking at your twitter_test.html, you're making a call to
retrieve //code.jquery.com/jquery.js. However, as your link is HTTPS, it
is also trying to retrieve jquery.js via HTTPS. That site (for me, anyway)
throws a certificate mismatch error, although the plain HTTP version works.

Because of that, bootstrap also errors out, hence your dropdowns do not
work.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/twitter/bootstrap/issues/7118#issuecomment-18108132
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@bmironov: Hmm, yup, in Chrome on my Nexus 10, tapping the Yahoo link just dismisses the menu; the hyperlink isn't followed.

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@bmironov: Hmm, yup, in Chrome on my Nexus 10, tapping the Yahoo link just dismisses the menu; the hyperlink isn't followed.

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Thanks Chris for confirmation. The funny thing is that this page is one of the examples from official Twitter Bootstrap site. The only difference that I see is serving it via https with precompiled JS and CSS from BootstrapCDN.

Could someone please direct me to site with similar setup where Google Nexus works with menus and sub menus?

Thanks,
Boris

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@bmironov: Hmm, yup, in Chrome on my Nexus 10, tapping the Yahoo link just dismisses the menu; the hyperlink isn't followed.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub.

Thanks Chris for confirmation. The funny thing is that this page is one of the examples from official Twitter Bootstrap site. The only difference that I see is serving it via https with precompiled JS and CSS from BootstrapCDN.

Could someone please direct me to site with similar setup where Google Nexus works with menus and sub menus?

Thanks,
Boris

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@bmironov: Hmm, yup, in Chrome on my Nexus 10, tapping the Yahoo link just dismisses the menu; the hyperlink isn't followed.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub.

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Hello,

I reposted example from https://swimming-bsmgroup.rhcloud.com/twitter_test.html on jsfiddle:

http://jsfiddle.net/nhdaj (2.3.1 -> iPhone 4 works as expected even with submenus)
http://jsfiddle.net/BVmUL (2.3.2 -> iPhone 4 does not open external link, just closes menu)
These examples have exactly the same HTML, the only difference is Bootstrap JS & CSS

P.S. My iPhone 4 is 6.1.2, Nexus 7 is 4.2.2

Hello,

I reposted example from https://swimming-bsmgroup.rhcloud.com/twitter_test.html on jsfiddle:

http://jsfiddle.net/nhdaj (2.3.1 -> iPhone 4 works as expected even with submenus)
http://jsfiddle.net/BVmUL (2.3.2 -> iPhone 4 does not open external link, just closes menu)
These examples have exactly the same HTML, the only difference is Bootstrap JS & CSS

P.S. My iPhone 4 is 6.1.2, Nexus 7 is 4.2.2

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@bmironov Has this been opened as a new issue?

@bmironov Has this been opened as a new issue?

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@adamdehaven, No it was not open as a new issue. But apparently @cvrebert is making a lot of work connecting multiple similar issues together (Issue #7118, Issue #7968, #7927). From my point of view they are all saying the same that 2.3.2 broke menus and sub-menus for many mobile browsers.

@adamdehaven, No it was not open as a new issue. But apparently @cvrebert is making a lot of work connecting multiple similar issues together (Issue #7118, Issue #7968, #7927). From my point of view they are all saying the same that 2.3.2 broke menus and sub-menus for many mobile browsers.

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@bmironov ohhh dropdowns within sitenav. ugh.

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@bmironov ohhh dropdowns within sitenav. ugh.

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Is this a confirmed regression? Dropdown menus work properly in my application (using the new version), but if somebody can independently reproduce the effects @bmironov is seeing, then we might want to re-open this bug.

Is this a confirmed regression? Dropdown menus work properly in my application (using the new version), but if somebody can independently reproduce the effects @bmironov is seeing, then we might want to re-open this bug.

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@julianlam It's been confirmed; being tracked as #7968.

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@julianlam It's been confirmed; being tracked as #7968.

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FF21.0
Bootstrap v2.3.1
doesn't work =(

FF21.0
Bootstrap v2.3.1
doesn't work =(

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It's fixed in 2.3.2

PragTob commented Jun 19, 2013

It's fixed in 2.3.2

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Now working on Firefox 22, OS X 10.8.4. Bootstrap v2.3.1

jamost commented Jul 1, 2013

Now working on Firefox 22, OS X 10.8.4. Bootstrap v2.3.1

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Middle mouse button does not work on FF 22, WinXp.
Please solve this.

s57mbm commented Jul 7, 2013

Middle mouse button does not work on FF 22, WinXp.
Please solve this.

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@s57mbm Do you have a literacy problem? Read the prior comments; it's already been fixed.

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@s57mbm Do you have a literacy problem? Read the prior comments; it's already been fixed.

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Sorry, after update to version 22.0 middle didn't work. In IE there was no
problem. Now is working also in FF, but I did reinstall anything.

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@s57mbm https://github.com/s57mbm Do you have a literacy problem? Read
the prior comments; it's already been fixed.


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s57mbm commented Jul 13, 2013

Sorry, after update to version 22.0 middle didn't work. In IE there was no
problem. Now is working also in FF, but I did reinstall anything.

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@s57mbm https://github.com/s57mbm Do you have a literacy problem? Read
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@s57mbm The bug was fixed in the latest version of Bootstrap already.

@s57mbm The bug was fixed in the latest version of Bootstrap already.

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