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-- AlexeyEfimov - 17 Nov 2002

File Attachment Move Functionality Breaks

I was trying to track down the source of a problem with File Attachment movement.

I will describe the problem below, but the key point is that I resolved it by turning off the Phantom skin on the particular Web I was testing.

With the Phantom skin activated clicking on the action link of a File Attachment would take me to the usual "Update attachment" page, with one difference . The Move Attachment widget was rendered as a button rather than as a link. Furthermore, clicking on the button did not cause the Move Attachment form to appear but rather seemed to invoke the Change Properties function.

I can't comment on what was going on other than to say that it appears that the skin is not a pure skin since it seems to affect the function of the web page.

I am running the 01 Feb 2003 TWiki build.

-- EdMcGuigan - 31 May 2003

By tradition, comments goes to PhantomSkinDev. Should we create one?

-- PeterMasiar - 01 Jun 2003

Done. Alexey, you might want to update your orignal PhantomSkin topic with the updated text.

-- PeterThoeny - 02 Jun 2003

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