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  • Category Javascript
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  • Severity Medium
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  • Reported Version 1.0-rc10
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Attached to Project: Flyspray
Opened by pizza - 12.05.2021
Last edited by peterdd - 12.05.2021

FS#2639 - Unable to "deny" a pending request

My project has 37 pending requests. Each has a set of Accept / Deny buttons next to it.

If I click on Deny, a textbox pops up for me to enter “Reason for denial” but the entire page immediately regreshes/reloads back to the task list before I have a chance to enter the reason and submit it.

I can always “Accept” the request implicitly by going to the appropriate task and closing/re-opening it, but there’s no way to “deny” something without going through this UI path.

Project Manager

Couldn't reproduce with just 1 pending request with Firefox 88, Chrome 90 and Safari on older Mac.

Could you please provide OS and Browser version?

Probably similiar problem to  FS#2037 , the preventDefault() so the onclick event handled first but the browser schould not open the a href link.

Project Manager

Also the Accept and Deny buttons should have a hint that it is a 2 step operation with selecting reason (accept) and comment (accept and deny)

So maybe Accept … and Deny … label for the first step buttons.

pizza commented on 12.05.2021 23:46

I'm using Firefox 88.0 on Linux (more specifically, Fedora 34)

(FWIW, this was also broken in -rc9, albeit with slightly different behavior..)

pizza commented on 12.05.2021 23:49

It also shows the same buggy behavior using a pristine Chromium 90.0.4430.93 instance (Also Fedora 34)

Project Manager

Do you see any Javascript warnings/errors in the browser developer console?

pizza commented on 13.05.2021 00:12

Nothing that is obviously from flyspray. On each page load I see this:

AbortError: Actor 'Conduits' destroyed before query 'RuntimeMessage' was resolved ConduitsParent.jsm:297

  _raceResponses resource://gre/modules/ConduitsParent.jsm:297

And several of theses:

Unchecked lastError value: Error: Could not establish connection. Receiving end does not exist. background_firefox.js:283

  QuantumStartListeners moz-extension://9a4efab9-de77-4a4d-90db-ff7f7e14a919/background_firefox.js:283

That is in Firefox. On Chromium I see nothing showing up in the JS console.

pizza commented on 13.06.2021 16:24

Another observation – a similar bug affects requesting ticket closure (or re-opening) – page refreshes immediately.


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