[1.4.0] mChat Sticky Footer

Display mChat at the bottom of every page, configurable in the UCP
aklabs
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Re: [1.4.0] mChat Sticky Footer

Post by aklabs » 18 Jul 2019, 20:33

Huh, thanks, but it still wont work as it should. It seems it overload insert_text function too late (when all libraries loaded) because on page load "B", "I" and other buttons on quickreply form not working and overloaded insert_text function not called at all (i have added console.log() to debug), but if i click "smile" button - the overloaded function start working without problems.

For me i solved the issue buy moving your code directly into editor.js, but that's ugly.
Any ideas?

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kasimi
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Re: [1.4.0] mChat Sticky Footer

Post by kasimi » 18 Jul 2019, 20:48

It works fine for me on prosilver. What style are you using?

I don't think it's a timing issue. After the page has fully loaded, enter this in your browser's console:

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Now click on a smiley or a BBCode button. You should see an alert, and whatever you clicked shouldn't be added to the editor.

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Re: [1.4.0] mChat Sticky Footer

Post by roury » 09 Sep 2019, 23:03

kasimi wrote:
18 Jul 2019, 08:08
Another update:

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Thanks Kasimi, Work for me using the last version of mChat and quickreloaded

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Re: [1.4.0] mChat Sticky Footer

Post by title10usc311 » 16 Jan 2020, 20:37

Anyway to toss the entire works over to the left side? or..uhm lol any ideas? I have a conflict with social network chat & online list. :+1:
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Re: [1.4.0] mChat Sticky Footer

Post by title10usc311 » 17 Jan 2020, 20:08

Solved. I guess some layer adjustment on one and height adjustment on the other. Not the most appealing look, but will work. :beer:
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