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There used to be a js handleKeyDown defined in the templates which was used in several supporting templates. This is now not there any longer. Was this on purpose removed or did this disappear by accident?

I am not arguing that it should be reinstated, I just noticed that, e.g., edit settings fails because this has disappeared....

Please advise so that I know how I should handle edit settings (i.e., remove this call or wait for reinstatement). Other templates may be affected also.

If all is well, the js call is still there, and the javascript code to handle this is included from /pub/TWiki/TWikiJavascripts.


Then not all is well. In settings.pattern.tmpl the code to handle is not included. Can you please either update all templates that require this call with the recent change of the include or point me to what needs to be updated and I do it.

We need to make sure that when we change the template infrastructure, all the clients of this infrastructure (i.e., other templates) are changed as well.... -- TW

The include pointed to a wrong url (PatternSkinJavascrips instead of TWikiJavaScripts). Fixed in 7419. AC

Summary handleKeyDown was removed from template
ReportedBy ThomasWeigert
AppliesTo Engine

Priority Normal
CurrentState Closed

Checkins 7419
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Topic revision: r5 - 2005-11-10 - ArthurClemens
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