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Status options don't appear at all on Firefox, Estimated cost spinner doesn't appear on IE and Edge #22

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ane-gabriela opened this issue Feb 8, 2019 · 3 comments

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@ane-gabriela ane-gabriela commented Feb 8, 2019

It appears that the UI when creating / editing an Idea appears differently on different browsers:

On Firefox 65:

  1. when creating a new Idea the options from the Status list don't appear at all
  2. the spinner from Estimated cost appears all the time as oppose to only appearing when the mouse is hovered over the Estimated cost field on Chrome 72

On IE 11 and Edge 18:

  1. the spinner from the Estimated cost field doesn't appear at all

Environment: Windows 10, XWiki 10.11.2 MySQL 5.7 and Edge 18 / Chrome 72 / Firefox 65 / IE 11, Ideas Application (Pro) 1.11.1

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@ane-gabriela ane-gabriela added this to the 2.0 milestone Feb 8, 2019
@oanalavinia oanalavinia self-assigned this Feb 11, 2019
oanalavinia added a commit to oanalavinia/application-ideas that referenced this issue Feb 14, 2019
… doesn't appear on IE and Edge xwikisas#22

* label was not supported on Firefox, but the same functionality can be achieved on all browsers by just using the translations inside the tag
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@oanalavinia oanalavinia commented Feb 14, 2019

Regarding Estimated cost spinner, the problem is that type="number" is not fully supported on IE https://caniuse.com/#search=number .
The field is still verifying if the input is numeric. But there is no warning regarding this, just that the value is not saved and you have to retry. The spinner would have clarify the fact that there should be a number and besides this I don't think is very usefull.
My question is if we should find a workaroud for having the spinner on IE or it would also be usefull to have some warnings or a hint on the input instead?

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@oanalavinia oanalavinia commented Feb 14, 2019

There is also this issue that is related #6

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@oanalavinia oanalavinia commented Mar 15, 2019

I have discussed with Marius and for the Estimated cost spinner it shouldn't be made a change, since the functionalities of that field are still applicable, even if you cannot see the arrows.

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